Postal News Roundup
Groups to Raise Concerns about Mailed Ballots
A coalition of groups opposed to cuts at the U.S. Postal Service will use a hearing in Baltimore on Wednesday to question whether slower mail delivery standards approved last year could delay absentee ballots in the forthcoming election.
USPS Inspector General Report Sees Trouble Ahead for 2016 Political Mailings
The Postal Service’s Office of Inspector General is saying that some mailers are so upset with how slow the mail has become that they are questioning the value of political mail.