August 17, 2020 at 5:43 AM EDTState authorities rush to support confidence in Nov. 3 election as voters express new worries about mail votingPresident Trumps unprecedented attacks on the U.S. Postal Service amidst prevalent mail hold-ups throughout the country are shaking voters faith that their tallies will be counted, triggering a rush among federal, state and regional authorities to safeguard the stability of the Nov. 3 election.Thousands of citizens have actually called federal government offices in current days to ask whether it is still safe to mail their ballots, according to officials throughout the nation. Chief law officers from at least six states are gathering to talk about possible claims versus the administration to block it from reducing mail service in between now and the election, several informed The Washington Post. State leaders are rushing to see whether they can alter guidelines to offer citizens more alternatives, and Democrats are preparing an enormous public education campaign to shore up trust in the vote and the Postal Service.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) revealed on Sunday that she was calling your house back early from its summer season recess to vote on legislation later on today that would obstruct changes to Postal Service operations. Home Democrats on Sunday also revealed prepare for an emergency hearing on mail hold-ups later this month.By Amy Gardner and Seung Min Kim

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