Postal Service and State Officials Feud Over Mail Voting as Election Looms – Reports

Postal Service and State Officials Feud Over Mail Voting as Election Looms

WASHINGTON — The Postal Service postcard urging voters to “plan ahead” if they intended to vote by mail seemed innocuous enough.

But not to Colorado’s secretary of state, Jena Griswold, who dispatched her staff to call the Postal Service trying to stop it — a request that was denied — and then sued the agency in an effort to halt its delivery, arguing that the mailer was filled with misinformation that would disenfranchise voters in her state.

Such is the toxic state of the…

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