Thursday, August 20, 2020

Letter to the USPS Board of Governors

FROM:  Alexander Lee

DATE: Thurs., Aug. 20, 2020

RE: Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and fair elections

Please remove the postmaster general from his post for obvious and problematic conflicts of interest that should have hampered his appointment from the beginning. I, like millions, of Americans neither see government nor the post office as a business, but rather as an essential service for our democracy. Delivering prescription drugs on time to the elderly, veterans, and other Americans in need is so important and we should not shift that to Amazon's commercial carriers, such as FedEx, DHL, and UPS.

Please roll back any efforts to hobble the USPS and move to pay-as-you-go.

You have an instrumental role in saving free and fair elections. Please take extra steps, to which I have also written Congressman Peter Welch (VT At-large), to ensure that American citizens can find voting information for absentee ballots from the homepage of your website which now looks like this:

Thank you for your service and I am sorry that a postal reply is not possible given my current quarters. I would be grateful for an email response from one or all of you.

Walk in balance,

Alexander Lee

Barre, VT (living abroad in Guangzhou, PRC)
WeChat: aplsauce

P.S. On this historic anniversary of women's suffrage,  please suggest to the President that having a woman on the Board of Governors would be appropriate since more than 37 of your workforce identifies as female.

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