Stories tagged: "US Postal Service"


Milwaukee's Charles Allis Art Museum served as a polling station on Aug. 11. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Early In-Person Voting Starts Tuesday. Here’s How It’s Done.

Filling out an absentee ballot at your local clerk's office saves several steps.

Postal service can handle absentee ballot volume
Wis. Postal Workers: System Can Handle Absentee Ballots, Just Mail Early

Despite concerns, protests over removal of mail sorting machines, other proposed changes by Trump Administrations’ USPS, workers say they can handle ballot volume.

Residents in Towns Across Wisconsin Rally to Save USPS Ahead of Postmaster Testimony
Residents in Towns Across Wisconsin Rally to Save USPS Ahead of Postmaster Testimony

Rallies were held in cities from Milwaukee to Eau Claire and Mount Horeb prior to postmaster’s testimony Monday.

USPS Trucks
Ron Johnson Calls Postmaster General Before Committee to Praise Cutbacks

Senator showers praise on the Trump mega-donor who says hundreds of sorting machines won’t come back.

Postal service can handle absentee ballot volume
Late Medicine and Food Gone Bad as Trump’s USPS Delays Hurt Wisconsin Families and Shops

‘How many ways can they try and ruin a small business?’

Wisconsin's U.S. senators Ron Johnson, a Republican, and Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat, are calling for an investigation into missing absentee ballots in Wisconsin. (Photo illustration by Jonathon Sadowski)
Baldwin, Johnson: Where Are the Ballots?

Senators want investigation into U.S. Postal Service over missing ballots