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Federal judge grants temporary restraining order to prevent USPS from sending election mailers with 'false statements'

September 13, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

A federal judge has temporarily barred the US Postal Service from sending mailers containing what Colorado's top election official calls "false statements" that may discourage voters from participating in the November election, according to court documents filed Saturday evening.

Washington (CNN)A federal judge has temporarily barred the US Postal Service from sending mailers containing what Colorado's top election official calls "false statements" that may discourage voters from participating in the November election, according to court documents filed Saturday evening.

The USPS must stop sending misinformation to Colorado voters," Jena Griswold, Colorado's secretary of state, tweeted Saturday evening.

The state also pointed to the part of the mailer the tells voters to send in their ballots seven days in advance, when Colorado voters have the option to return their ballots in person on Election Day. ELECTION 2020: Send us your stories about voting issues

Griswold previously asked USPS to not send the pre-election mailers to voters in her state as to not cause confusion.

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