Jacob Boggage

Washington Post

Business reporter for the Washington Post.

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The U.S. Postal Service told officials in nearly every state late last week that it couldn’t guarantee all November ballots would arrive in time to be counted.

USPS: The fight over its funding, concerns over its ability to handle November mail-in ballots

The U.S. Postal Service told officials in nearly every state late last week that it couldn’t guarantee all November ballots would arrive in time to be counted.

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