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DeJoy Tells Senators Election Mail Will Be Delivered ‘Fully and on Time’

NYTimes.com Friday, 21 August 2020
The postmaster general, under fire for recent changes that have slowed mail delivery, defended his approach and asked Congress to help free the Postal Service from costly retirement obligations.
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When asked by lawmakers if he supports absentee voting and voting by mail during a Senate hearing Friday, after first not directly answering the question, U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy ends his answer with, "so I guess that's yes."

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