Peters Discusses Efforts To Support Postal Service With Board Of Governors Nominees

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S Senator Gary Peters (D-MI), Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, today convened a full committee hearing to consider the nominations of Anton Hajjar, Amber McReynolds and Ronald Stroman to serve on the United States Postal Service Board of Governors. Peters and the nominees discussed how they can work together to improve the Postal Service, increase the agency’s transparency and accountability to the public, and ensure veterans, businesses owners, rural residents, seniors, and underserved communities can count on reliable mail delivery for years to come. Peters is committed to ensuring the Postal Service has strong and experienced leadership who will support postal workers, focus on reliable mail delivery, and maintain the Postal Service’s public service mission.

“It is essential that nominees to the Board of Governors are qualified leaders who will focus on service, and work with Congress to ensure our postal workforce has the right support to deliver for the American people each and every day,” said Peters during his opening statement. 

Peters continued: “All of you have diverse and extensive leadership, public service, and legal experience that have prepared you to take on this new role, bring fresh perspectives, and address the challenges the Postal Service faces.”

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