How to protect your mail-in vote as Trump attacks USPS

How to protect your mail-in vote as Trump attacks USPS

This is an election year unlike any other, to put it mildly.

With the pandemic raging on, many voters will turn to mail-in voting to avoid potentially crowded polling places. Yet the U.S. Postal Service, which is enshrined by the Constitution and often used to deliver absentee and mail-in ballots — terms that are generally used interchangeably — is buckling.

Amid the pandemic, President Trump has refused to aid the USPS, which faced financial difficulties even before the coronavirus spread. Instead of offering financial help, Trump has made claims, without evidence, that mail-in ballots will lead to voter fraud. (For more context, you can turn to Mashable’s previous coverage of the USPS’ woes.)  Read more…

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