Postal Service Taking New ‘Extraordinary Measures’ To Speed Up Ballot Delivery For Election

The U.S. Postal Service has released election mail guidelines for local offices that would considerably speed up the delivery of mail-in ballots for the November election if implemented, the agency confirmed Thursday, as the USPS attempts to combat fears that recent mail delays will result in ballots getting delivered too late to be counted

In an “Extraordinary Measures Memorandum” issued Tuesday, which was made public by Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.), the USPS authorized a suite of new measures that local post offices have the option to take to better process election mail.


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