The U.S. Postal Service on Friday launched a new website to help Americans vote by mail in the November general election.
The USPS announced the creation of usps.com/votinginfo earlier today, saying the website is intended to provide the voting public with reliable and accessible info on how to vote by mail.
From the site:
The American public can rely on the United States Postal Service to fulfill our role in the electoral process. We provide a secure, efficient and effective way for citizens to participate when policymakers decide to use mail as part of their elections. We have a robust and tested process for proper handling and timely delivery of Election Mail. Due to COVID-19, there's been an increase in the number of jurisdictions expanding or initiating mail-in voting options. Our national education effort keeps local and state election officials informed about mailing procedures and our operational standards. We're also educating the public about how to successfully use the mail.
More at the USPS 'Election Mail' website.