Aaron Gordon is a senior writer for Motherboard.
"I’ll admit it’s not a perfect system, but our approach is working.”
Bad data and antiquated processes have created a lot of confusion, but there's no reason to believe the USPS didn't deliver this election.
The update to the court suggests there are not hundreds of thousands of ballots missing in USPS facilities.
The votes don't count themselves.
The USPS has been intentionally making its own ballot delivery statistics look worse so it can deliver them faster.
The USPS says they're already doing this, but a federal judge has ordered them to anyways.
Why does mail service still lag its pre-DeJoy levels? And does it matter for tallying votes?
The agreement comes just days before Election Day
The USPS was not in debt to the federal government. The federal government was in debt to the USPS. The 2006 law was meant to correct that.
He said he only made one.
The mind-boggling volume of junk mail is the product of consensus politics that the postal service should have to pay for itself.