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Democratic hopefuls in Denton on Sunday, debate Saturday in Highland Village

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Democratic hopefuls Linsey Fagan and Andrew Morris will be at Backyard on Bell on Sunday evening to meet with voters. 

Fagan is running against Will Fisher for the party nomination to U.S. Congress District 26. Morris is running against Matt Pruneda for the party nomination to Texas House of Representatives District 64. 

The event begins at 6 p.m. with the candidates taking questions from the audience for about an hour beginning at about 7 p.m. 

Backyard on Bell is located at 410 N. Bell Ave., just south of Texas Woman's University. 

The Highland Village/Flower Mound/Lewisville Democratic Clubs has organized a series of candidate debates for Saturday afternoon at The Barn in Doubletree Ranch Park at 310 Highland Village Road, Highland Village.  

Beginning at 1 p.m., Texas House District 63 candidates Richard Wolf and Laura Haines will debate followed by candidates for the Denton County Democratic Party chair — Dr. Angela Cadena and Phyllis Wolper, the incumbent. After a short intermission, Will Fisher and Linsey Fagan, both vying for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Congress District 26, will debate followed by a debate between Diana Leggett and Willie Hudspeth, both running for the nomination for Denton County Judge.