When it comes to training for election workers, Williamson County is working through what one election judge called a “chicken or the egg” dilemma: Does the county approve training standards first, or does it first develop a curriculum and follow that up with training requirements?
A dozen Democratic and Republican leaders met last week at the County Courthouse in Georgetown, andCounty Judge Dan Gattis insisted that training standards need to be set up and that the new election administrator — whenever he or she is hired — can develop a curriculum in advance of the November elections.
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