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Through the teamwork of NAPS’ professional staff, Resident Officers, Executive Board and expansive legislative activist network, the nation’s premier association representing postal supervisors, managers and postmasters, educates and lobbies elected and appointed postal policy-makers on issues and legislation crucial to NAPS and the U.S. Postal Service. Through these efforts, the Department builds and strengthens relationships with members of Congress, White House staff and members of the Postal Regulatory Commission. The Legislative and Political Engagement webpages equip NAPS members with the tools necessary to be effective and consequential advocates for NAPS and the Postal Service.
NAPS Legislative Representative Guide - The guide is formated as a 4-page pamphlet, which is intended for printing.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee, on a bipartisan vote, passed HR 1307, The Vote by Mail Tracking Act. This legislation, supported by NAPS, will allow voters to track their ballots, bringing much more transparency to the mail-in voting process. The bill will head to the House floor for a vote, and hopefully on to the Senate during the congressional lame-duck session this fall. NAPS is encouraging legislators to pass this important piece of voting legislation.
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The Resident Officers look forward to being in attendance as President Joseph R. Biden signs the historic Postal Service Reform Act, HR 3076, into law. Click here to view the live stream.
A training for the State Legislative Chairs was held on February 15, 2021. Click below to view the recorded Zoom training.
NAPS Executive VP Chuck Mulidore with Senator Maggie Hassan, D-New Hampshire, member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, discussing NAPS strong support of S-1720, The Postal Service Reform Act of 2021.
Mideast Area Vice President Tony Dallojacono with Congressman Pascrell at a function on September 13, 2022. Congressman Pascrell spoke very highly of the Postal Service and expressed his support.