The United States Postal Service is mailing postcards that encourage voters to make a plan on how they will vote by mail if they plan to use that method to cast ballots.
“If you plan to vote by mail, plan ahead,” the 5.5-by-8.5-inch postcard says on one side, noting that the information is for “U.S. citizens.”
On the reverse is a checklist for voters on how to prepare to vote by mail, which encourages voters to “start today” and give “ample time to complete the process,” to verify the rules in each state, to request a ballot at least 15 days before Election Day, to follow the instructions thoroughly and to return the ballot at least seven days before Election Day.
(Emily Larsen/Washington Examiner)
The mailer is part of a USPS campaign “to educate the public on the Postal Service’s role