USPS Failure to Allow/Display Voter Registration Forms in Post Offices
APWU National Dispute: HQTC20220360
Please be advised that pursuant to Article 15, Sections 2 and 4 of the
Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the APWU is initiating a Step 4
The issues and facts involved in this dispute are as follows:
The practice of allowing access to blank voter-registration cards at Unites States Postal Service locations is long-standing in accordance with 52 U.S.C. Code 20506 and many individual state election codes.
Voter registration applications can be displayed in the lobbies of all postal facilities, or at least available upon request by postal customers, depending on space availability in each postal facility.
For all of the above reasons the Union request the Postal Service abide by the law, and comply with the Postal Service’s mission of binding the country together to service the public by maintaining all retail post offices, allowing retail clerks to display voter registration cards in the lobby and to revise postal handbooks and manuals to reflect the revision.
Please contact Lamont Brooks, American Postal Workers Union, Clerk Division Director, case officer at 202-368-1842 or email@example.com to discuss the dispute at a mutually scheduled time.