USPS ready to implement ‘extraordinary measures’ again delivering 2022 midterm ballots

The Postal Service, building on the lessons learned from its standout role in the 2020 presidential election, says it’s ready to deliver mail-in ballots and election mail ahead of Election Day this November.

USPS faces an upcoming overhaul of its nationwide delivery network, as well as a recent uptick in mail theft and robberies of mail carriers, but agency executives said neither of those would hamper its readiness for the 2022 midterm elections.

USPS already delivered more than 51 million ballots to and from voters during this year’s primary election season. On average, it took USPS less than two days to deliver ballots to and from voters, and 99.33% of ballots were delivered from voters to election officials within three days.


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