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Why We Can’t Trust Postal Workers With Our Ballots

David Catron, The American Spectator

There are two problems associated with the sudden expansion of the USPS role in our electoral system in the midst of a crucial election. First, the postal service is in no way prepared, as they have formally advised no fewer than 46 states in warning letters. Second, postal workers are by no means nonpartisan. They are represented by unions that have endorsed former VP Joe Biden. Ultimately, a vastly expanded role in our electoral process for the U.S. Postal Service will result in chaos and chicanery. Never has it been more important to go to the polls and vote in person.