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Two NASIC Squadrons Assigned To New Space Intelligence Center (From The Dayton Daily News) Lexington’s Loren Thompson was quoted in a Dayton Daily News article highlighting potential consequences of the new Space Force operation at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base taking up two squadrons of NASIC. “If the Space Force intends to concentrate its intelligence [Read More...]
How Biden’s First 100 Days Would Not Be As Productive As He Suggests (From MSN & The Independent) Lexington’s Loren Thompson was quoted in an article from MSN and The Independent evaluating whether Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office, if he is elected, would see most of his promises fulfilled. Whatever happens, his stance on U.S. international [Read More...]
USPS On-Time Delivery Is Getting Worse. That May Put Ballots At Risk. (From CBS News) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a CBS News story about longer U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times for first-class mail ahead of Election Day. The Postal Service said on October 23 that its on-time delivery rate for first-class mail [Read More...]
A Week Before the Election, Time Is Running Out To Vote By Mail (From The New York Times) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in The New York Times’ story about the Postal Service’s persistent delays in the week leading up to Election Day, causing many to worry that ballots will not arrive on time. The Postal Service has [Read More...]
Amid USPS Delays, Election Experts And Campaigns Weigh In: Don’t Mail Your Ballot (From The Washington Post) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a Washington Post article about election experts’ advice for would-be mail-in voters to find a “backup plan” a week before Election Day. Nationally, first-class mail service continues to lag, especially in battleground states that [Read More...]
Vote-by-Mail Window May Be Closed With Postal Service Still Slow (From Bloomberg News) Lexington’s Paul Steidler’s October 26 blog post was quoted by Bloomberg News in their analysis of the potential impact of U.S. Postal Service delivery delays on ballot counts. Experts are now saying that mail-in ballots should be dropped off at [Read More...]
Election 2020: What Will The Presidential Race Mean For Wright-Patt? (From The Dayton Daily News) Lexington’s Loren Thompson was quoted in the Dayton Daily News on a piece about the future of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, should either Biden or Trump be elected in November. More than 30,000 military and civilian employees work directly at [Read More...]
USPS Records Show No Evidence Mailbox Removals Were Tied To Election (From Scripps Television) In a segment for Scripps Television’s Newsy, which runs on cable television and leading streaming platforms, Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler assured that the recent removal of mailboxes in several states is unrelated to the president’s opposition to mail-in voting. [Read More...]
The Postal Service Needs Fixing. Here’s How It Could Happen. (From The New York Times) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in The New York Times on October 1, in a story on options for postal reform. According to Steidler, “There’s a consensus among the American people and among politicians in both parties that some things [Read More...]
‘Like Somebody Turned Off A Switch’: Small Businesses Say USPS Delays Are Hitting Them Hard (From USA Today) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in USA Today’s story on the impact of Postal Service delivery delays on small businesses. The Postal Service has suffered long-term decline in the quality of its service, he said, issues that predate the tenure [Read More...]
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