WASHINGTON, D.C. - Under fire for making service changes that critics alleged could undermine mail-in balloting in November’s election, U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Tuesday announced that he’ll delay any changes until the election is over.

A statement from DeJoy said he’ll expand a task force on election mail to “help ensure that election officials and voters are well informed and fully supported by the Postal Service.” It also said mail processing equipment and blue collection boxes will remain where they are, retail hours at post offices won’t change, all mail processing facilities will remain open, and overtime for postal workers will continue to be approved as needed.

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