Postal Workers Sounding Alarm Over Mail-In Ballots
Postal workers are pointing to funding cuts and changes in rules that are causing delays across the country in mail delivery — including express mail.
Their warnings are part of a growing body of evidence that any attempt to rely on the U.S. Postal Service to accurately and competently process mail-in ballots in a timely manner will end in catastrophe.
The Washington Post interviewed dozens of postal workers and union leaders who all said pretty much the same thing: the mail backlog is worsening and workers fear they will be unable to find many of the ballots