Eric Cortellessa is the Investigative Editor of the Washington Monthly. Previously, he was the magazine’s Digital Editor. His writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, the Nation, Slate, the New Republic, and other publications. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Eric’s thesis project—a short documentary on criminal records as a barrier to employment—was nominated for a 2015 Emmy Award.
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A ban on postal workers’ ability to co-sign absentee ballots could determine the election.
The president wants to delay the counting of absentee ballots, which will be overwhelmingly Democratic, so he can declare victory on Election Night. Postal union leaders have an idea to speed up the process.
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What’s the plan if USPS workers start getting sick?