Postal Workers Union Election on Hold Over Ballots Lost in the Mail
The incompetence of public employee unions strikes again. The American Postal Workers Union has been forced to extend its election because too many mail-in ballots have yet to get to their final destination. That’s right, the postal workers election is on hold because the post office lost the ballots in the mail.
The union’s election committee was supposed to be counting those ballots this week in downtown Washington, D.C., following a tradition mail-in election. But the union announced that only about 39,000 ballots were turned in — and that “a large number of union members had not received their ballots.”
Government workers doing their normal substandard work, eh?
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