Attorney general seeks USPS feedback

Published 5:23 pm Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Attorney General Mark Herring is asking Virginia residents and businesses to share their experiences related to recent changes the Trump Administration has made to U.S. Postal Service operations.

In a Sept. 1 announcement, Herring said his office has established a dedicated email address where Virginians who have been affected by changes to the postal service can send their stories. The email address is The attorney general’s office may also be contacted at 804-786-2071.

Herring said he’s looking for examples of delayed or late official government correspondence, Social Security checks or other forms of payment or delays in receiving medication or packages.

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Virginia-based USPS employees are also encouraged to contact the attorney general’s office if they have knowledge of what’s happening at post office facilities. Herring recently filed a federal lawsuit challenging the USPS operational changes, saying they threaten a critical public service and could undermine the national election in November.