Which state’s post office will open its doors for mail? | Washington Post
WASHINGTON — Washington’s post offices have begun opening for mail.
The Washington Post has mapped out where they will be.
The Post says the opening will coincide with a campaign for the presidential election.
The paper says it’s the latest sign of the growing popularity of the “postcard economy” as more people use mail for business, leisure and personal purposes.
The first postcards were mailed out to voters during the 2012 presidential election in some areas.
The postcards are used by many small businesses, such as farmers markets, farmers markets are a popular destination for customers looking to buy their produce.
The new Post Exchange, which is part of the Postal Service, will open Wednesday.
The mail will be delivered to the post office in the first quarter of 2018.
The Postal Service says the Post Exchange will offer a range of services to customers.
Customers will have the opportunity to receive letters from the Postmaster General, receive mail from local post offices and receive information about the mail and delivery services available to their mail carrier.
The service is available to customers who are registered to vote and are eligible for postcard mail cards.
The postal service will offer the service at no charge to new customers.