USPS Says Timely Vote Delivery Isn’t a Constitutional Right
An election judge wearing a protective mask prepares mail-in ballots to be scanned by the Montgomery County Board of Elections at a recreation center in Germantown, Maryland, U.S. (Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg)

USPS Says Timely Vote Delivery Isn’t a Constitutional Right

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(Bloomberg) -- Delivery delays during an election can’t be unlawful, because the Constitution doesn’t guarantee states any particular level of service when it comes to mail-in ballots, the U.S. Pos...
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