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Gillespie County elections administrator says outside threats spurred recent resignation

todayAugust 15, 2022

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The Gillespie County elections administrator, Anissa Herrera, is resigning from her position, according to a report by the Fredericksburg Standard.

Herrera said, “After the 2020 (election), I was threatened, stalked and called out on social media.” She added that it “is just dangerous misinformation.”

Herrera has held her current position for three years and was an inaugural member of the elections office for the county. Before moving into the elections administrator role, she worked as the elections clerk under the county clerk.

Other employees from the elections department have resigned for similar reasons, with some even hiring off-duty law enforcement officers or security guards, according to the report.

Gillespie County Judge Mark Stroeher told the newspaper that he plans to contact the Texas Secretary of State’s office for instruction on how to hold the upcoming election.

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