Postmaster general, in Senate hearing, aims to calm fears of mail-in ballots being delivered late

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy in a Senate hearing on Friday morning aimed to reassure Democrats and Americans who are concerned that the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) may not be able to deliver their mail-in ballots on time for the Nov. 3 election amid swirling controversy over the security of mail-in voting and changes that DeJoy has made in his short tenure as postmaster general. 
Go to Source