Postal Service’s Election Mail Program Receives Top Honor
The U.S. Postal Service has received the Public Service Award for its Election Mail program from the nonpartisan Election Verification Network.
The award is given every year to a public official or governmental unit for protecting and promoting election integrity and verifiable elections.
“This award is further confirmation of the Postal Service’s deep commitment and great success in delivering the nation’s ballots securely and on time,” said Postmaster General and CEO Louis DeJoy. “We take pride in the role our organization plays in the election process. The American people can continue to feel confident in using the U.S. Mail to fulfill their democratic duty to vote.”
The Election Verification Network is comprised of election officials, researchers and advocates focused on secure, transparent and verifiable elections.
“The award is additional recognition of the Postal Service’s successful processing and delivery of Election Mail, which has grown exponentially in recent years,” said Adrienne Marshall, the Postal Service’s director of election and government mail services. “Our 635,000 employees are proud to provide this service for customers who choose to use the U.S. Mail to participate in the democratic process.”
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