The claim is that these boxes were duplicates, (more than one mailbox in a location) and the volume of mail didn't call for them. I'd have to think the validity of that was true judging from my own experience. The majority of my bills are now received and paid electronically. There has been a push by most vendors to do away with paper statements. What I do receive are advertisements and as bulk mail, they wouldn't use mailboxes, but would be dropped off at the post office as would any medications I see being mentioned. Even filing income tax is now preferred electronically. I chose to use a hard copy, mailed in Feb that called for a refund. I don't know if it was ever received since I never got the refund. There's been no notification of a mistake made and no record is found when checking electronically and with Covid, you can't call a live person to know if it were received or should be resent.
Trump isn't looking to rig the election, he wants a fair one.
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