Anjelita Cadena, a University of North Texas professor and member of the Denton County Democratic Party, has filed to serve as chair of the party.
Cadena is currently a precinct chairwoman with the county and has been active in other Democratic groups in Denton County, including the Stonewall Democrats and the Latino Democrats of Denton County.
Also, Andrew David Morris has filed to run for the state representative position in District 64. The seat is currently held by Lynn Stucky, R-Denton, who has filed for re-election. Morris is a Denton-based technical writer who works with governmental entities.
Mat Pruneda, a Denton-based financial analyst, has also filed as a Democrat in the District 64 race.
Both Cadena and Morris will be on the ballot for the Democratic primary on March 6. Winners of the primaries will then face off in next year's election on Nov. 6.