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What can states do to protect vote-by-mail voters from post office slowdowns?

Adele Peters
Fast Company
"I think they will ultimately be able to get mail ballots delivered for this election as well, despite the efforts of the Trump administration to slow that down or impede it."

Voters shouldn’t lose faith in the mail, says Brenda Wright, senior adviser for legal strategies at the think tank Demos. Postal workers deliver more than a billion holiday cards each December. “I think they will ultimately be able to get mail ballots delivered for this election as well, despite the efforts of the Trump administration to slow that down or impede it.” Voters can help by pressuring their elected officials to support the Postal Service, and by choosing to vote early. “They should try to ask for their ballots as early as possible, and they should try to mail it back in as early as possible,” she says. “But no one should feel that they can’t vote safely by mail.”

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