The mail slowdown set in motion by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has delayed deliveries of medication across the U.S.
Postal workers have noted delays in delivering mail due largely to the removal of sorting machines.
Workers “are not to reconnect/reinstall machines that have been previously disconnected,” the email warns.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said she was aware of at least two facilities in her state seeing machines being removed.
The GOP has a plan to recruit 50,000 poll watchers and spend $20 million in 15 key states to influence who gets to vote.
The postmaster general has come under increased scrutiny as reduced mail service threatens the election.
In addition to the suit filed Monday, several state attorneys general are likely to file litigation this week.
A number of DeJoy’s GOP beneficiaries are facing tight races this year. None have spoken publicly on his recent acts.
The nation is grappling with how to save both the post office and the election from deliberate sabotage.
One state’s AG asserted Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s changes at USPS were a direct “assault on democracy.”