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    People online are making fancams and edits about the US Postal Service. @ScribblnTaylor/Twitter/@shanemeyers1/TikTok The United States Postal Service is currently in the midst of a funding crisis that has left many fearful over the fate of their mail-in ballots in the upcoming preseidential election. In a bid to raise awareness and support for the USPS, people are making fancams (short videos usually used by fans online to glorify certain musicians) and memes that go viral. Political group The Lincoln Project has been accused of stealing and re-using someone's fancam without credit. Fancams were in the spotlight earlier this summer as K-pop stans spammed them in police reporting apps and racist hashtags as a method of activism.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The United States Postal Service is in a funding and political crisis. As Business Insider's Grace Panetta reported, the service is currently under financial strain that's been made worse by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has left Americans more reliant on mail than in years past. In the face of a looming election in which...
    AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Mainers can begin requesting absentee ballots online, and they'll be mailed once they're printed, officials said Monday. The Online Absentee Ballot Request Service went live on the Maine secretary of state’s website on Monday. The system notifies municipal clerks who mail the absentee ballots once they're available. Any registered Maine voter can vote via absentee ballots that's either mailed or delivered in person prior to the Nov. 3 election. The U.S. Postal Service recently warned many states, including Maine, that it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the election will arrive in time to be counted, even if mailed by state deadlines. Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap said he’s encouraging voters not to delay in mailing in absentee ballots. “That’s really the solution to this entire enigma. Don’t wait. Take care of it as soon as you can,” he said. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Maine
    Facebook announced on Thursday a new online resource for voters that's intended to facilitate voting by mail and limit the spread of election-related disinformation ahead of the November presidential election.   The move comes as President Trump has intensified attacks on mail-in voting and made unfounded claims that it could lead to widespread fraud.    The company's new Voting Information Center, to be launched on Facebook and Instagram, is intended as a "one-stop-shop," according to Facebook, where Americans can register to vote, check voting information, and sign up as poll workers. Facebook previously announced a goal of registering more than four million new voters ahead of Election Day.   Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "People are understandably concerned about the impact that a crowded polling place might have on their health and safety, and this has already caused many states to make changes to their voting process by expanding early voting and the vote by mail option," said Naomi Gleit, Facebook's vice president of Product and Social Impact, in a call with reporters. "Bottom line, we want to help every eligible...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) – Pennsylvania’s online application for mail-in and absentee ballots are now available in Spanish. The state says that the new applications will make voting easier and more accessible for people all across Pennsylvania. According to the state, 50% of statewide growth is attributed to the Latinx community. Those wanting to vote by mail will need to have their application for the general election must be received by their county election office by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 27.
    Do you have questions or concerns about the Census? Don’t worry, Telemundo joins NALEO this Thursday, August 13, in conducting a call bank, where viewers and users can ask questions about the count. NALEO is the National Association of Latino Elected Officials. Those interested in calling can do so at 1-877-EL CENSO (1-877-352-3676) and someone will answer all questions about the 2020 Census. The call bank is held this Thursday from 8 am to 10 pm ET and has volunteers who respond in English and Spanish. The 2020 Census has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, although millions of people have already been contacted by mail with a password to respond online to the Census questions on the government website. The pandemic put a stop to door-to-door visitation plans in millions of homes. However, people can respond to the form in three ways: online, by phone or by mail. It should be noted that the deadline to complete the Census form is September 30, one month ahead of schedule. The data collected by the Census is of vital...
    Voting gives eligible American citizens a small but meaningful voice in choosing the people who will represent them and make decisions and laws for their country. Unfortunately, the processes of registering to vote in the United States can get a little bit complicated, and it can differ depending on what state you live in. To help shed a bit of light on the process, here’s how to register to vote — at least in most states: Get a state ID While state IDs aren’t strictly necessary to register to vote in every state, the chances are good that you’ll need to have one at one step or another in the process, so it’s a good idea to get that first. To do that, you’ll need to provide proof of citizenship, proof of residency at a valid address, and (most often) your Social Security Number. In most states, you’ll need to head to a local Department of Motor Vehicles office to get your ID card. For a guide on how to get an ID in each state, you can...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Over 700 Minnesotans have received unsolicited “mystery seed” packages in the mail, according to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The packages contain a variety of seeds such as cosmos, radish, mung bean, juniper, basil, cucurbit, and zinnia. MDA says there is no indication the seeds went through inspection or proper labeling. On Monday, they said they believed the seeds were coming from China. The MDA is working with the USDA on the issue; other states such as Louisiana, Utah, Virginia, and Washington have reported similar issues. All seeds collected in Minnesota will be sent to USDA for additional identification and destruction. READ MORE: MDA: Minnesotans Report Receiving Unsolicited Mystery Seeds Appearing To Come From China Those who received the packages indicated they either never made an online seed order, or they bought seeds online earlier in the year but their order had never been fulfilled. Credit: MDA Minnesotans should do the following if they have received unsolicited packages or seeds: Save the seeds and the package they came in, including the mailing label Do not open the seed...
    DONALD Trump has threatened to "delay the election" over "fraudulent" mail voting. The president announced his desires on Twitter on Thursday morning. 1Trump wants to delay the 2020 electionCredit: AFP or licensors Most read in NewsSADISTIC AMBUSHMonster stabs nurse ex wife to death & runs over her body with carTWINS ‘BATTERED’Mom & boyfriend charged after baby ‘beaten to death’ & twin hospitalised'THIS IS ABUSE' Parents divided over video of man spanking a child - so is it too severe?HOUSE OF HORRORS'Haunted’ Louisiana mansion FREE to anybody brave enough to live in itDEATH RIDDLE Son, 3, of Putin nemesis drowns in sewer - but locals fear he was murderedFAMILY SLAUGHTER‘Two adults and three kids’ found dead in family home in ‘murder-suicide’ Trump wrote: "With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. "It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???" More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online....
    Do you have questions or concerns about the Census? Do not worry, Telemundo joins NALEO this Thursday, July 16, in the realization of a call bank, where viewers and users can ask questions about the count. NALEO is the National Association of Latino Elected Officials. Those interested in calling can call 1-877-EL CENSO (1-877-352-3676) and someone will answer all questions about Census 2020. The call bank is held this Wednesday from 8 am to 10 pm Eastern time and has volunteers who respond in English and Spanish. The 2020 Census has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic although, nevertheless, millions of people have already been contacted by mail, with a key to respond online to Census questions on the government’s page. The pandemic put a stop to door-to-door visitation plans in millions of homes. However, people can respond to the form in three ways: online, by phone, or by mail. It should be noted that the deadline for completing the Census form has been extended until mid-October. The data collected by the Census is of vital importance for the...
    YAHOO Mail is claiming that most services are now back online after a global outage today. The outage appears to have affected most of Europe, as well as part of the US and other places across the world. The Yahoo Customer Care Team tweeted: "Most services are back online. This is a technical issue that affected our services. "We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we get everything back up and running." However, lots of users are reporting that they are missing emails from this morning and some still can't access their accounts. Thousands of people are thought to be affected. 2 The US firm is currently working to fix the problemCredit: Alamy Live News 2 According to Downdetector Yahoo Mail is down in these regionsCredit: Downdetector Missing emails from this morning - will they come through eventually? Please advise.— Harry Eagle (@HarryEagle) September 5, 2019 One Twitter user tweeted Yahoo stating: "Missing emails from this morning - will they come through eventually? Please advise." Users started noticing that they couldn't access their accounts...
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