Sharen Wilson announced June 22 that she will seek another term as Tarrant County district attorney.

First elected in 2014, Wilson created special units to prosecute intimate partner violence and elder financial fraud, and she established a Conviction Integrity Unit, which reviews cases to determine whether parties were wrongfully convicted, according to the Tarrant County website.

"Serving as your district attorney has been one of the greatest privileges of my life, and I'm excited to be running for another term," Wilson said in a statement.

In the statement, she highlighted that her office has operated under budget every year while expanding its reach.

Wilson is also the first female district attorney in Tarrant County's history, according to the statement.