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Postal Service Official Tells State It Is Ready To Handle Mail-In Voting

A senior U.S. Postal Service official says the agency is prepared to handle an unprecedented influx of absentee ballots this November, and any reports of the agency being overwhelmed or incapable are false. 

Justin Glass, director of the postal service's election mail operations, spoke with Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose and other state election officials about how the agency is preparing for the upcoming election, days after President Trump said he doesn't believe the postal service is equipped to deal with  mail-in voting.

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