Considering they've been doing it for years here in Oregon and everybody's bills across the nation have been reaching them on time for decades I'd say the chances of accuracy are extremely high by the USPS. Now the election officials getting the addresses right with mail in voting rushed through, I don't hold much hope for them.
I just watched a package that I had coming in from Florida bounce all over the state before it got to me.
Went North then West, then South then back to the original North distribution center again where it was the first time then to me.
Maybe they are keeping their workers busy?
I track them on their site, there were a lot of missdir listed whatever that is.
I have have seen this with other deliveries too.
I've rarely have had any issues with USPS. And my creditors trust it. It's in the constitution btw. So is the election date. So is the end of term. It's happening. Either stand in line with a mask, or by hand take the ballot to the election office are options.. But demand USPS to operate as service we can stand by.
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Ah you've already falling for the propaganda. Which means you prefer no election. Which means you'd rather have no democracy if it doesn't produce your result.
Where did I say that ???? Idiotic remarks like that is why this forum is in decline.
I am for voting by machine at my local polling location. Never missed an election since I turned 21, 52 years ago.
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