The settlement directs USPS to destroy the remaining election mailers. The agreement concludes a week of legal disputes between Griswold and USPS over the sending of the mailers to Colorado voters containing what Griswold called "false statements." Those guidelines, however, don't align with Colorado election policies. The state will conduct its general election by mail and will automatically send ballots to voters when they become available. Colorado's top state officials will also be able to seek court review again if USPS sends election mailers with misinformation to their voters.
Source: The Nation September 18, 2020 22:07 UTC