The Washington Post quoted Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler in a story about recent changes at the Postal Service under new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. Amid DeJoy’s efforts to cut costs at the organization, a political fight over mail-in ballots has engulfed the Postal Service. Democrats have charged the changes are designed to delay mail-in ballots.
Steidler acknowledged DeJoy has been controversial. “His rigorous approach to restructuring became very combustible,” he told the Post.
Read the full article here, which appeared on page A1 of The Washington Post Sunday, August 23, 2020.
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