(CNN) New, recently implemented US Postal Service procedures -- which have led to delays across the country in mail delivery -- could affect mail-in voting for the November election, a union leader warned. The union represents more than 200,000 Postal Service employees and retirees. He told CNN that while postal workers are capable of handling voting by mail, "obviously if the postal management is putting in policies to slow down the mail, then that has an impact on everything, including ballots." "The states run elections, not the Postal Service. But the Postal Service is here to move those ballots.
Source: CNN July 31, 2020 13:38 UTC