Flagstaff city councilwoman Coral Evans may have won the mayoral election Tuesday night, but she is facing a legal challenge. The Secretary of State’s office says Evans is under investigation for accepting illegal campaign contributions in 2012 from three different Flagstaff businesses totaling 350-dollars through her “Coral4Flagstaff” election committee. The state says Evans faced the same allegations this year, but paid back the money in question. However, they say she has not paid back the 2012 amount. There has reportedly been finance complaints filed regarding five campaigns in total, including one involving the campaign to re-elect Mayor Jerry Nabours. The Secretary of State’s office says accepting those specific donations violates a state law that says “it is unlawful for a candidate or a candidate’s campaign committee to accept any contribution of money or anything of value from a corporation or a limited liability company for the purpose of influencing an election.” Violation of the law is a Class 6 felony. The findings by the state have been turned over to the Flagstaff City Attorney’s office for prosecution if warranted.