Penn Live reports:
Timely mail delivery across Pennsylvania took a drastic turn for the worse in just the last two weeks amid a glut of voting by mail, according to U.S. Postal Service data filed Wednesday in federal court.
In Philadelphia, 42% of all first-class mail is taking longer than five days to be delivered. For comparison, that figure was 33% two weeks ago and just 13% in January, before a series of changes handed down by the Trump administration led to a national slowdown.
Central Pennsylvania, the subject of a PennLive investigation last week, also saw a sharp decline. At the start of the year, just 7% of mail failed to meet the 5-day standard. Today, more than 30% of mail is being substantially delayed.
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This is NOT ok.
Pennsylvania, drop off your ballot in person or vote in person, if you can safely.
Don’t let them suppress your vote. https://t.co/vtb0yfRqr6
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 30, 2020