Monday, August 24, 2020



Keep Fighting to Save The Post Office


We all deserve to live in a country with a working post office, right? Instead, 70+ days before a national election, we are calling Congress daily, holding rallies, and demanding that the post office be saved.  

 We got our wish—partly. As national outrage intensified, Speaker Pelosi brought the House back from recess. On Saturday she engineered a rare bipartisan vote to protect the USPS from any changes before the election and to guarantee $25 billion in aid. 

 But McConnell declared the House bill DOA. The President said he will veto it. The election clock is ticking. What do we do now? 

 We need to keep making noise. House hearings begin today. Pelosi has stated point blank that DeJoy is not with the program. DeJoy must resign. Mail delivery must return to speed. Recent changes must be reversed. 

 And we need to keep working on the elections. Phonebank. Write letters and postcards to voters. Donate. Dump Trump. Ditch Mitch. Save America. And tell everyone, on every social media platform: Vote early!

How you can help

1. Call the Senate.

Script for Sen. Merkley

Script for Sen. Wyden

2. Call the House.

Script for Suzanne Bonamici (OR-01)

Script for Greg Walden (OR-02)

Script for Earl Blumenauer (OR-03)

Script for Peter DeFazio (OR-04)

Script for Kurt Schrader (OR-05)

3. Get 2020 Ready.

Oregonians are joining with activists across the country to power a LANDSLIDE democratic victory in November 2020, from the White House to the Senate to the State Houses.  Here’s how you can get involved: 


House passes bill to save the USPS: 

 Speaker Pelosi’s statement on DeJoy: 

 How Trump, Mnuchin and DeJoy create the Post Office crisi: