Postal Service agrees to provide more transparency during election season

The Postal Service settled another lawsuit stemming from the 2020 presidential election.

USPS agreed to publish election mail and mail-in ballot guidance on its website ahead of primary and general elections through 2028. USPS also agreed to meet with states’ attorneys general to review its election mail performance and provide weekly on-time delivery data.

Pennsylvania led five other states and the District of Columbia in the lawsuit. The settlement is similar to how USPS resolved another lawsuit led by the NAACP and Public Citizen.


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