Issues with the USPS service has prompted a federal judge to order the U.S. Postal Service company to quickly sweep certain facilities for undelivered mail-in ballots.
The urgent request comes from Judge Emmet G.Sullivan of Washington D.C.
The request is currently for areas such as Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta, Houston, South Florida, and Arizona.
This order is in part of the lawsuits the USPS company has been facing due to slowed down mail delivery times and tons of concerns citizens having to wait for their mail to be delivered on time.
Currently, USPS has not released a statement about this federal request.