The pandemic has proven just how critical our postal service is. Whether it’s deliveries of ballots and voter guides, care packages from family across the country or life-saving medicine, the USPS has kept us connected when we need it the most.
But those essential services — and hundreds of thousands of good union postal jobs (NALC, APWU, & NRLCA) — are at risk if we don’t act swiftly. With a new White House administration and a new Senate majority, we have the opportunity to fill board vacancies with pro-worker appointees who know that the USPS is a public good that must be protected.
The calls are getting louder. Members of Congress, postal workers and communities across the country know that we need a USPS Board of Governors that will safeguard and expand the public Postal Service.
Join thousands of other American families in calling for a Board of Governors that wants to continue the mission that Benjamin Franklin envisioned for a fair, affordable postal system that ensures every person has the freedom to communicate, regardless of ZIP code.