How USPS policies and the pandemic could create mail-in voting ‘perfect storm’

The U.S. Postal Service is warning that it may not be able to deliver all mail-in ballots in time for them to be counted for the election. That message was communicated in letters sent to state officials around the country, and it raised the prospects of big problems in November. William Brangham reports and talks to The Washington Post’s Erin Cox about the challenges and what voters can do.

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