"It will hurt our seniors, our veterans, others that depend on their medications by mail, their packages, other deliveries. And these delays are also happening across our country," said Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY).
The USPS has promised to stop the removal of any mailboxes until after the election. Still, the local postal union is worried.
"The postal workers do not want to be political. We do not deliver Democratic mail or Republican mail, we deliver all the mail. We just want to do our jobs like we've always done our jobs, and he's taking our ability to serve the American people away," Smith said.