Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Democrats
Republicans
Rep. Abigail Spanberger  | 11:39 am
Rep. David McKinley  | 09:28 am
The attacks on @USPS are hurting folks right here in #VA07. Americans use USPS every day to send paychecks, get prescription drugs, pay bills, fill customer orders, and stay in touch with their loved ones. Retweet to tell Postmaster General DeJoy that you need the #PostalService.
In recent weeks we have: Signed onto a bipartisan letter to the Postmaster General opposing cuts to service Sponsored a bipartisan amendment to return service to its previous level Publicly stated support for including funding for the USPS in a Covid relief bill.
Rep. Harley Rouda  | 11:35 am
Sen. Susan Collins  | 07:28 am
Wow @USPS mailboxes were removed in front of my district office in Newport Beach, CA. I hope Postmaster General DeJoy is ready, because I won’t be holding back during @OversightDems’ hearing next week. #DontMessWithUSPS
We cannot shortchange service to the public to fix USPS’ financial issues. The Postmaster General must take immediate action to remedy these delays, & Congress must pass the bill @SenFeinstein & I introduced on July 2 that would provide USPS up to $25 billion for COVID-19 relief.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal  | 11:03 am
Sen. Susan Collins  | 07:28 am
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy will testify before the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Aug. 24, panel Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney announced. His appearance will come after the House on Saturday expects to vote on legislation that would halt postal operations changes.
Growing up in Aroostook County, I experienced the essential nature of the post office every day. As I wrote to the Postmaster General last week, Mainers are experiencing unacceptable delays in delivery of essential prescriptions, PPE, and payments.
Rep. Don Beyer Jr.  | 10:46 am
Rep. Michael Turner  | 06:26 am
SCOOP: Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has agreed to House Democrats request for him to testify next week about his controversial Postal Service changes that have raised hackles around the nation, two people familiar with the matter told me.
It is important that the Postmaster General & @USPS respond to the challenges caused by #COVID19 in order to protect our right to vote. That is why I am urging USPS to prepare for the increased amount of mail in ballots that will likely be sent this election season.

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