Postal Service Delays Disenfranchised Thousands of Legally-Cast Ballots This Fall

US Postal Service workers likely delivered more than 99.9% of the nation’s mail ballots in-time to be counted this year, despite record participation and unprecedented pandemic-related challenges. However, it also appears the USPS disenfranchised tens of thousands of voters – who mailed legally-cast ballots the week before the election – through substandard performance. Continue reading

Top postalnews.com stories of the week November 22-28

  1. NALC, USPS reach tentative National Agreement
  2. USPS announces 2020 holiday stamps
  3. OIG Reviews Postal Service COVID-19 Response
  4. Judge denies Postal Police union’s request for injunction against DeJoy, USPS
  5. U.S. Postal Service Announces Leadership Promotions and Structural Modifications
  6. USPS lists shipping deadlines, estimates busiest days
  7. Hartford postal worker charged with stealing cash and gift cards from letters
  8. Mail carrier dodges bullet while fighting off armed robber
  9. NAPS Chat with House Oversight and Reform Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney
  10. New NALC USPS Tentative Contract Would Eliminate MSP Scan Points

USPS lists shipping deadlines, estimates busiest days

WASHINGTON, DC — Even under normal circumstances not everyone can get together for in-person celebrations. But this year has been anything but normal. As a result, many are resorting to shipping gifts and relying on video technology to bring them together for all of their holiday festivities. And while we can’t fix your tech issues for the video celebrations, we can ensure your gifts arrive in time for the fun. No matter what you order on Cyber Monday, or throughout the holiday season, you can Click-N-Chill with the Postal Service as We Deliver for Yule. Continue reading