USPS Worker Caught Throwing Away Republican Candidate Campaign Mailers

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Ahemmmm....

it was for a republican primary.... two republicans running against each other.... dems have nothing to do with it.... is likely.
I've been reading about postal regs, and there are a shitload of them. But it sounds like the sheriff mailed out his political mail with "detached address labels" Basically a post card with the addresses on them, and the political flyer as a separate item.

I suspect the sheriff sent it out like "junk mail"
political mail doesnt get treated like junk mail.....it gets top priority.....and if it was like that, that carrier,especially if she was a regular,was pretty stupid to deliver the card without a flyer....
 

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try doing it mac.....during christmas and political mail time there is so much mail and the time you have to get it delivered before it gets dark that a letter misdelivery is very possible....
My mail carriers misdeliver mail all year round
i notice you said "carriers"... your route may not be big enough to be a full route so the new people do it.....and yes most every office has one of those.....
 

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i notice you said "carriers"... your route may not be big enough to be a full route so the new people do it.....and yes most every office has one of those.....
From my many trips to the post office to report bad mail service (usually someone elses mail in my mailbox) I have heard every excuse in the book

including temp workers

i am always polite, but still try to be a nuisance they would like to avoid
 

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Great news!

The person will get to meet bunch of great BLM members in prison.
 

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i notice you said "carriers"... your route may not be big enough to be a full route so the new people do it.....and yes most every office has one of those.....
From my many trips to the post office to report bad mail service (usually someone elses mail in my mailbox) I have heard every excuse in the book

including temp workers

i am always polite, but still try to be a nuisance they would like to avoid
well you said "carriers".....if you have a regular and that is happening than you have a pretty shitty carrier......and yes a few of them are in every office too....
 

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The non-sequitur here is amazing. How would a postal worker know whose ballot to throw out? :icon_rolleyes:

The assumption that this is political is also unfounded. I'm sure the postal inpectors will get to the bottom of this, if a hack sheriff like that is capable of going through the proper channels.
Read the link
 
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You imagine, huh? I've worked at the post office for 30 years, I've seen this several times throughout the years.
Yes, they could prosecute, but they won't if their history is any indication with how they will handle it.
What I stated is how they operate with this situation.
If you worked for the post office, then why didn't you wave a red flag about a "bundle" of political mail. I talked to my friend the letter carrier and he said that bundle would have been "DPS'd" if it was real.
i carried mail for 33 years and yes it is now dpst but sometimes you would get a third bundle that is not with the DPS and you would have to deliver it as you go along the route as a third bundle.....if she tossed out a bundle of political mail it would have to of been this bundle...and if it was, that carrier, if she was a regular was an idiot thinking she could get away with it, if she was a temp then she thought who would know?....
33 years of government work
That clears a few things up, alright.
 

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You imagine, huh? I've worked at the post office for 30 years, I've seen this several times throughout the years.
Yes, they could prosecute, but they won't if their history is any indication with how they will handle it.
What I stated is how they operate with this situation.
If you worked for the post office, then why didn't you wave a red flag about a "bundle" of political mail. I talked to my friend the letter carrier and he said that bundle would have been "DPS'd" if it was real.
i carried mail for 33 years and yes it is now dpst but sometimes you would get a third bundle that is not with the DPS and you would have to deliver it as you go along the route as a third bundle.....if she tossed out a bundle of political mail it would have to of been this bundle...and if it was, that carrier, if she was a regular was an idiot thinking she could get away with it, if she was a temp then she thought who would know?....
33 years of government work
That clears a few things up, alright.
dont be shy billy boy.....what does it clear up for you?.....
 

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