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USPS chief: election mail will be handled 'securely and on time'

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USPS chief: election mail will be handled 'securely and on time'

USPS chief: election mail will be handled 'securely and on time'

U.S. Postmaster Louis DeJoy on Friday told lawmakers that the Postal Service has not changed the way it handles election mail as he sought to assure the public that ballots would be handled "securely and on time" in the November presidential election.


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