US Congressmen Approve $ 25 Billion Allocation by Mail to Vote in Elections

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The House of Representatives of the US Congress has passed a bill according to which the Postal Service will send $ 25 billion to ensure voting in the presidential election.

The extraordinary meeting was broadcast on the website of the lower house of the American legislature.

According to the document, the postal department is prohibited from undertaking reforms to ensure that mail is delivered on time during the presidential elections scheduled for November 2020.

According to Democrats, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, voting by mail is the only way to take part in elections without the risk of contracting an infection at polling stations.

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