Share Your Thoughts on the USPS

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A dire situation is shaping up at the US Postal Service.

According to new court documents, the US Postal Service has removed more than 700 sorting machines this year alone – double the amount of previous years and the most since 2016.

Americans are relying on a stable USPS to deliver mail and lifesaving packages every single day. And on the eve of the fall elections – right as millions of absentee ballots are being sent out to homes across the country – Republicans are refusing to take action.

As the Postal Service faces its most daunting challenge yet, we need to hear from you, our strongest Democratic supporters.

Election experts are predicting record-breaking vote-by-mail turnout this November – but instead of giving emergency funding to the USPS, Trump is doing the exact opposite. In the past few months alone, he has:

  • Threatened to veto any legislation that gives the USPS direct funding
  • Bankrolled lawsuits that would make voting more difficult
  • Installed a loyal GOP ally and fundraiser to head the Postal Service

Make no mistake: This election could be decided by what happens in America’s post offices, which is why your response is vital.

Thanks,
DLCC Team


Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee
1225 Eye Street NW Suite 1250, Washington, DC 20005
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