On-Time Mail Service Still Hasn’t Recovered From Postmaster General’s Changes, Senate Democrats’ Report Says

On-time mail service has still not recovered from Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s controversial changes to the US Postal Service as the November election approaches, according to a new report from Senate Democrats.

Shortly after starting at the agency in June, DeJoy — a Trump donor and ally — came under fire for implementing sweeping changes across the US Postal Service, including mandating stricter schedules for trucks transporting mail, which meant leaving mail behind at processing centers to stay on time. DeJoy’s moves caused widespread delays in mail service across the country just before a general election expected to be conducted in large part through the mail.

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