The postmaster’s plan to further slow mail would only compound the USPS’s service problems, the officials write.
Former employees have alleged that DeJoy pressured them to donate to GOP candidates with the promise of reimbursement.
The bipartisan bill has the support of 10 Senate Republicans and has strong potential to pass.
The Democrats’ proposal would take the agency’s vehicles one step closer to Joe Biden’s goal of a fully electric fleet.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee voted Wednesday to advance the nominees for a full vote.
The postal workers union called DeJoy’s plan a “slap in the face of postal workers” that “will further delay mail.”
Biden’s three nominees to the USPS Board of Governors declined to say whether they would oust DeJoy.
Emails show that Amazon pressured USPS to install a mailbox on warehouse grounds for dropping off ballots.
The board recently declared its “full support” for Louis DeJoy, who has been accused of openly sabotaging the agency.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth demanded the USPS Board of Governors immediately fire Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.