US Postal Service’s new announcement on mail-in voting ahead of midterms has Dems cheering

The United States Postal Service has announced that it is creating a new division that will be tasked with handling mail-in ballots, a development that is already being cheered by Democrats with the critical midterm elections now only three months away and the party on the brink of losing control of Congress.

USPS officials said that the newly created Election and Government Mail Services “handle election mail issues as part of an effort to ensure swift and secure delivery of ballots for the 2022 midterm election,” according to the Associated Press.

The permanent division will be “dedicated to dealing with election matters, instead of handling issues one at a time as in the past,” AP reported with the services overseeing “election mail strike teams” that will be in all local districts and communities to deal with any problems that may arise, according to the new division’s executive director Adrienne Marshall.

“We are fully committed to the secure and timely delivery of the nation’s election mail,” Marshall said.

“The Postal Service is sending guidance letters to election officials in each state and territory this week,” according to AP.

One of those who is very pleased with the new dedicated division is high-powered Democrat lawyer Marc Elias who was at the forefront of the push for vote-by-mail in the 2020 election that used the COVID pandemic as justification for the rapid implementation of a process that was rife with opportunities for voter fraud.

Elias touted the news along with a flashing red light emoji, “U.S. Postal Service creates new dedicated division to handle election mail. The Election and Government Mail Services is part of an effort to effectively deliver mail-in ballots to voters and elections offices in advance of the 2022 midterm elections.”

Other Democrats cheered what they obviously feel is very, very good news for their party.

“The founding principle of democracy is to be guided by the voice of the people. I’m glad to see this initiative by @USPS to ensure all voting processes are secure. We must continue to protect our elections,” wrote Rep. Vicente Gonzalez of Texas.

Even trusty fact-checker Snopes got in on the action, tweeting out a link to the story in a departure from their stated purpose.

Others were far less enthusiastic about the timely development.

“Despite the pandemic, the Postal Service said it delivered 97.9% of ballots from voters to election officials within three days, and 99.89% of ballots were delivered within seven days, in the 2020 election,” according to AP. “Postal workers are already hard at work delivering ballots this year. So far, nearly 40 million ballots have been mailed to and from voters during primary elections, officials said.”

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