Resistbot Petition: Make sure POTUS's USPS Board nominees will undo DeJoy's damage!
An open letter to the U.S. Senate

Make sure POTUS's USPS Board nominees will undo DeJoy's damage!

296 so far! Let’s get to 500 signers!

The United States Postal Service’s promise of universal service and public ownership has been eroded under the leadership of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and USPS Board of Governors Chairman Ron Bloom. With President Biden’s decision not to re-nominate Bloom as Chair, we have an opportunity to reaffirm the promise of universal service and public ownership that has been the hallmark of the USPS’ enduring popularity. As the U.S. Senate considers President Biden’s nominees to fill the two vacancies on the USPS Board of Governors, please get firm commitments that, if confirmed, the nominees will take the following steps to protect our public Postal Service: —Reverse the postal slowdown that was formalized this year —Commit to prioritizing election mail, including ballots, registration forms, and absentee requests —Expand the postal banking pilot program to provide more banking services to more unbanked or underbanked communities —Seek to expand existing postal infrastructure into a community hub for services, rather than shutting down or privatizing aspects of it —Maintain the USPS as a source of good, living wage jobs for our communities —Provide real oversight to Postmaster General DeJoy’s financial conflicts of interest It’s critical that every member of USPS leadership remain committed to our Postal Service. Please make sure that Biden’s nominees will. Thanks.

▶ First sent on January 4, 2022 by Jessica

Text Sign PBEMUQ withto tell your officials

Already signed?

  1. Text PROMOTE PBEMUQ to drive more signers
  2. Share this page or this image on social
  3. Print this and post around campus or on your community bulletin board
  4. Use the iOS app to share with your contacts
  5. Join our Discord and connect with fellow organizers
  6. Give monthly or donate once to ensure the bot stays online

Share this


Donate to drive more deliveries of this letter.