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First Class and Parcel Mail Delivery Suspended

Due to an equipment malfunction at its New Jersey irradiation facility, the U. S. Postal Service (USPS) has temporarily suspended first class and parcel mail delivery to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and other government agencies in the 202xx to 205xx zip code areas. The USPS is working to resolve the issue, but there will be a temporary interruption in deliveries to the affected agencies.

During this disruption, time-sensitive documents -- such as FEC reports -- should be sent to the Commission by some means other than first class mail. Alternative methods include hand delivery, USPS Express Mail and overnight delivery services. Please note, the Secretary of the Senate’s post office box is located outside the affected area, so Senate filers may continue to submit their FEC reports by first class mail.

The Commission will post updates on this situation online at www.fec.gov. For additional information, please call the FEC’s Information Division at 800-424-9530 (press 6 when prompted).

(Posted 06/21/2013)

 

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