DeJoy’s 10-Year Postal Plan Threatens Mail-In Ballots, States Say

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is again trying to make major changes that pose a threat to timely delivery of mail-in ballots, according to a complaint filed by a group of Democratic state attorneys general.

DeJoy’s 10-year strategic plan for the U.S. Postal Service will permanently slow delivery standards for first-class mail nationwide, affecting everything from election mail to government benefits, 19 states and the District of Columbia said in an administrative complaint with the Postal Regulatory Commission. DeJoy also failed to seek an advisory opinion for the March plan from the regulator as required by federal law, they allege.

“These proposals threaten to put our democracy and our people at risk,” California Attorney General Rob Bonta said in a statement Thursday. “Americans from all across the spectrum rely on the U.S. Postal Service for their medication, paychecks, and election mail.”


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Those states are terrified at anything that interferes with their latest election cheating tactics…. Eg mail ballot fraud which is essentially untraceable.

Democratic party can no longer win on their own performance merits so they have to continually resort to cheating. Previously it was using illegals to vote now it’s mailing ballot fraud

I could go with “Mail in Ballots” if… The carrier of the route that collects them can vouch for the Validity. Each route has a name and address, just like when a carrier looks at the name on the recipient, they know if a name doesnt look right. Honestly, I believe you should be verified and walk into a location and vote, with unbiased persons to staff it.. think of the Untouchables, Elliot Ness etc.. who would love to have a drink, but did not, because they swore not to. When we did mail in, our clerk had to grab… Read more »

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