Ossoff asserts: Postmaster general unworthy of role if unable to resolve USPS mail delays

The US Postmaster General has a deadline looming to address the numerous complaints concerning the persistent mail delays in Georgia.

U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is intensifying his efforts to address the issues surrounding the post office, following the revelation by Channel 2 Action News that mail is experiencing significant delays, often lasting two weeks or longer.

A bipartisan group of lawmakers has questioned Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, urging him to address the concerns raised. Senator Ossoff has set a deadline of May 16 for a response, but as of now, he has not received any reply.

According to Ossoff, the postmaster general’s main responsibility is to ensure the timely delivery of mail. However, he believes that the postmaster general is not fulfilling this duty effectively, therefore, failing the people of Georgia.

“He doesn’t deserve this job if he can’t solve this problem,” he added.

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