testify Democrats call postmaster general concerns about delays in the mail, jeopardizing the integrity of the elections’

testify Democrats call postmaster general concerns about delays in the mail, jeopardizing the integrity of the elections’

As a high-ranking Democrats call the Postmaster testify before an emergency with respect to supervision hearing at the House of Representatives later this month voting address. The legislature is concerned about the US Postal Service in a position of an expected influx of mail-in cards this fall at work caused by the pandemic Crown underway. On Sunday, the Democrats called Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and Robert Duncan, chairman of the board of directors Postal Service, at a hearing on changes to the postal service before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on August 24, “the Postmaster General to testify and top leaders of postal services must answer to Congress and the American people because they are pushing this new dangerous policy that the million voices, a few months before elections likely to silence, “according to a joint statement from leaders Congress of Democrats, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. A spokesman would not comment Post requests DeJoy and Duncan until August 24. The letter from Democrats, Rep contain testify. Carolyn Maloney, the home supervision chair, and Senator Gary C. Peters, ranking member of the Homeland Security and Government of the Senate Committee, which controls the mail and assistance to President Donald Trump accused DeJoy in an attempt to get them to vote more heavily . The letter expressed concerns about the “latest, sweeping and dangerous operational changes at the post office, e-mails and compromising the integrity of the elections slowdown.” Trump said his opposition to the German Post to finance stem the voting-mail efforts is linked his desire. “You need the money to the post office to have a job, so that all these millions of ballots taken,” the president said in an interview with Fox Business Network on Thursday. “But if they do not get these two elements, meaning it is not possible to universal mail-in voting, because they have overlooked.” The postal service sent the message to 46 states and the District of Columbia that voter cards are not counted in time, even if received state deadlines. Concerns have also been made on removing Postsammelbox before the November elections that the documents on social media with alarm. Post A spokesman said the agency would because of “collecting box for a period of 90 days moving to remove” “Recently, customer concerns.” High-ranking Democrats have been increased criticism about email delays and their possible impact on the vote in the last week. Schumer said at a news conference on Sunday that would have the laws to ensure that introducing all pay election mail out zone is reset is treated as first class, Personalengpa├č be resolved with delegates and sorting machines for COVID-19 that were ” destroyed “, they are returned to the application. On Friday sent Democrats to Congress included a letter of 10 pages per DeJoy after Trump refused an emergency funding package to be approved, the $25 billion for the postal service. They also requested further information about the cause of political changes that could slow the mail, given the potentially harmful effects on the vote, and potentially dangerous delays in receiving prescription medications and other basic necessities. Two days earlier, sent Democrats to Congress a separate letter to DeJoy and expressed concern that “the implementation of policies that accelerate the crisis on the postal service, including director post offices not to treat the whole election as first-class mail . ” Meanwhile, the recent internal watchdog Public policy changes and ethical issues DeJoy after a request for review by Senator Elizabeth Warren examining CNN reported.
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