BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maya Rockeymoore Cummings announced her run for her late husband’s congressional seat Tuesday, and also addressed claims about her and her late husband potentially benefitting from her non-profit.

She was the subject of an IRS complaint from a conservative group, alleging she benefitted illegally from her non-profit.

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“I’ll be willing to stand before anyone and refute those claims,” She said at a press conference announcing her run.

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The National Legal and Policy Center accused Rockyemoore Cummings and her late husband of receiving an “illegal private benefit” through the nonprofit’s tax-exempt status.

She called the complaint baseless.

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“There’s no merit to the IRS complaint. The fact of the matter is I’ve upheld the highest standards at my organization,” She added.