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President Trump bailed out corporations during the #coronavirus crisis, but he refuses to provide vital assistance to the Postal Service 

POTUS threatens to VETO any relief for the U.S. Postal Service, meaning it could be BANKRUPT before Election Day.

American citizens should brace themselves for what is expected to be the first #USA presidential Election Day conducted by mail.

It’s likely to be a wild ride, with a majority of Americans who are expected to embrace this option. Ensure your vote counts.

Since the vote-by-mail election is complicated, #CityImags suggests once you receive your mail-in ballot, fill it out and take it to the Post Office and tell the clerk you want to send it via #USPS with a tracking number. 

Anyone may enter a USPS Tracking® number in the search box to check the status of a package. Going out of town or want to change where your mail is delivered? Learn about all the ways to handle your incoming USPS® mail and packages and choose the best option.

Contact your local USPS Post Office, time is running out!

Contact National Headquarters. If you’re not satisfied with the response at your local post office or would just prefer to talk to someone in the national organization, you can call the national hotline, file a complaint or send an email through the USPS website or write to the Consumer Advocate of the Postal Service.

f you want to know the name of the postmaster, who is the head postal official in your location, for your city, you can search on the USPS website. The website lists current and past postmasters for many post offices, though not all historical records are yet recorded.

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