CBS19: Spanberger relaunches postal survey

CBS19

U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger is relaunching her survey to collect experiences and concerns from Virginians about the U.S. Postal Service.

“Across Virginia, USPS serves as a vital lifeline. Virginians rely on a strong USPS to deliver not just seasonal cards and heartfelt gifts, but also lifesaving medications and important customer orders,” said Spanberger. “Ensuring efficient and reliable postal services is crucial, especially at this time when USPS is experiencing a significant surge in packages and mail due to the holiday season. I encourage the many Virginians impacted by unreliable mail service to take a moment and voice their thoughts and concerns.”

Since she first launched her survey in 2020, she has received more than 8,100 responses from Virginians expressing concerns.

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