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.
The agreement comes just days before Election Day
He said he only made one.
According to the leaked speech, the USPS says it will undo nearly all of Louis DeJoy's most controversial policies and make election mail its "number one priority."
USPS collected the data they needed to know running trucks on time would destroy service, but they didn't look at it.
The dog chasing the mailman may be a sitcom punchline, but thousands of letter carriers get bitten by dogs every year. The USPS has a system for warning letter carriers about the nasty ones.
An audit of mail processing facilities during primary elections in May and June found that about 1.6 million pieces of political mail weren't delivered on time.
"Save the post office" has become a widespread sentiment. Indeed, the post office needs saving; it has needed saving for a long time.
DeJoy testified that his only big change at the post office was to order mail trucks to run on time. But that was never the problem to begin with.
Across the board, “on-time” scores have fallen sharply since early July, the presentations show.