New Ad Supporting USPS Addresses Election Chicanery by Revising Iconic Motto

'Nor corruption, nor midnight Twitter rants or fake news'

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Though it’s not the official motto for the United States Postal Service, most Americans are familiar with at least part of the words: “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”

The spirit of the word is one thing. Still, the grim reality for the USPS is that in 2020, the institution is under siege—from budget threats due to the pandemic, the specter of privatization, and the politicization of the service in an election year.



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