Postmaster general says he supports voting by mail

Postmaster general says he supports voting by mail

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy told a Senate committee hearing he supports voting by mail and noted that he, too, voted by mail for many years. Under questioning by Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman, DeJoy explained that letters sent to over 40 states warning that mail-in ballots might not arrive in time to be counted were meant to point out that some state deadlines are very close to Election Day. He said it was an effort “to safeguard the election, not to get in the way,” and DeJoy encouraged Americans to “vote early.” Watch his remarks.

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