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AKRON (WJW) — Congressman Tim Ryan headed to Akron today to speak on issues involving the U.S. Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic, including mail-in voting and financial trouble.

He arrived at the National Association of Letter Carriers in Akron at 1:30 p.m. to speak with mail carriers and postal workers, retired and current. He urged everyone to be sure to submit there votes by mail early, to help the counting go more smoothly.

He was previously in Youngstown today, meeting with mail carriers there.

USPS Postmaster Louis DeJoy also recently announced that USPS will ‘suspend’ some operational changes until after the November election.

Just yesterday, Ryan was part of a group of Ohio lawmakers who sent the Ohio Secretary of State a letter urging him to allow more than one ballot drop box per county.

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