The USPS and its corrupt general Louis DeJoy are pretty much making it obvious at this point their distaste for mail-in ballots. Over the weekend, it emerged that the org is apparently dismantling mailboxes (those usually blue neighbourhood mailboxes that appear across America) in what they claim is an effort to cut costs among other things.
Perhaps the most standout problem with this is the fact that the blue mailboxes are vital for neighbourhoods because of how convenient it is to drop off mail. Historically, they have usually been considered pretty secure. Without those, millions of people especially those in perhaps rural or smaller towns (and even the larger ones) stand to be disenfranchised if the plan continues into the election.
However, CNN has now confirmed that at least on the West Coast at least 16 states will now not see their mailboxes removed amid the outcry as to the real reason why. CNN confirmed those states are as follows: Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Alaska, Nebraska and small parts of Wisconsin and Missouri.
The collection attempts to remove the boxes will continue in other places amid outcries that the move is part of an alleged plot by Louis DeJoy to help the Trump Administration combat mail-in ballots. It remains unclear exactly what House Democrats or other branches of the U.S government intend to do regarding the matter.
Meanwhile, in these states: New York, Oregon, Montana and Indiana collection efforts regarding the boxes will continue.