By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

DOLTON, Ill. (CBS) — There is more controversy now for Dolton’s Tiffany Henyard, who is running for mayor.

The south suburban mayoral candidate’s January gas giveaway raised questions about illegal vote buying.

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She is again raising eyebrows as she gives away cash prizes at a fundraiser this Sunday. An ad says attendees can win one of three cash prizes, totaling more than $8,000.

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Henyard’s spokesperson in the past has denied allegations of vote buying.

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Last week Henyard claimed victory in Dolton’s Democratic primary. If that win is certified she will face Independent Ronnie Burge in the April 6 election.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff