The Director of the US Postal Service underscores his commitment to voting “safely” and “on time” for the presidential election

United States Postal Service Director Louis DeJoy on Friday stressed his commitment to voting “safely” and “on time” in the face of the presidential election by mail, and has defended that the system is “fully capable”.

“As we near the elections, I want to reassure the American people that the postal service is able to deliver ballots safely and on time through the mail,” he said while speaking to the United States Homeland Security Committee. Senate with a Republican majority.

It was stated that, according to CNN television station, it is a “sacred duty, which is now the main priority of the postal service on election day”.

The Director of the US Postal Service underscores his commitment to voting “safely” and “on time” for the presidential election
The Director of the US Postal Service underscores his commitment to voting “safely” and “on time” for the presidential election

In a telematic appearance due to the coronavirus, DeJoy had the opportunity to answer questions from Senators on charges against the Trump administration of “deliberately” sabotaging the post office through last-minute operational changes that would ultimately slow down postal voting .

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