Protesters Rally for US Postal Service at Postmaster General's DC Residence

Demonstrators gathered in support of the US Postal Service outside the apartment complex of the postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, in Washington DC’s Kalorama neighborhood Saturday, August 15.

The New York Times reported that critics claim changes under the leadership of DeJoy, a “Republican megadonor”, have undercut the Postal Service and threatened the ability of Americans to vote in November’s presidential election.

These videos show protesters banging on pots and blowing horns, as well as leaving mock mail-in ballots at the front door of the Washington DC building. Credit: Rob Byrne via Storyful