Washington, D.C. - Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach (MN-07) joined the entire Minnesota and North Dakota Congressional and Senate delegations in sending a bipartisan letter pressing Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to improve postal services in the Minnesota-North Dakota District. The letter comes after the Postal Service’s Inspector General audited the District and found 130,858 missing or delayed pieces of mail at six post offices over the course of only two days. The lawmakers also requested regular updates from the Postal Service on their progress in implementing these recommendations.

“It has long been clear that postal operations in the District are in trouble, and the investigation confirms this,” wrote lawmakers. “We need to ensure that the OIG’s recommendations are fully implemented and actually result in significantly improved mail delivery and services across our states.”

You can find full text of the letter here.