U.S. Postal Service Launches Election Mail Website

The United States Postal Service has launched a new Election Mail website to provide voters and election officials with information on using the mail to vote in the November general elections.

Posted: Aug 21, 2020 2:20 PM

A new Election Mail website aimed at providing voters and election officials with information on voting by mail has been launched by the United States Postal Service (USPS).

As many states are choosing to expand mail-in voting options in the upcoming November general elections, USPS has launched the new website to inform both voters seeking information on how to use the mail to vote and provide resources to election officials.

For domestic voters, the website provides direct links to federal election resources as well as links to state-specific resources.

For overseas and military voters, the new site provides additional information, including links to resources supporting their election participation.

Election officials will find access to an Election Mail kit, information on classes of mail and their delivery standards, information on designing a mailpiece, and more.

You can click here to view the United States Postal Services's new Election Mail website.

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