Keep the U.S. Postal Service Delivering Six and Seven Days a Week!

From the biggest cities to the smallest towns and most isolated communities, Americans depend on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver mail and packages – including food, medicine, supplies, and important communications – no matter the weather, or how far, or how rural.

Over the holidays, the USPS experienced terrible service disruptions. Due to COVID and increased package and parcel volumes, the USPS even refused to accept traditional mail in favor of packages. This is unacceptable, and cannot be tolerated!

Research shows that the most efficient model for the USPS is to deliver both packages and mail six and seven days a week. It is also the fairest approach for all USPS customers.


Tell your Member of Congress to Cosponsor H.Res. 114 today!

Tell your Representative to cosponsor this bipartisan resolution calling for the continuation of six-day mail service. This is vitally important to ensure this resolution gains the support of a passage-proof majority as quickly as possible to prevent further service deterioration and delays and will ensure that it is again included in annual appropriations legislation, or even better, in new comprehensive postal reform legislation.