The U.S. Postal Service has been caught up in a partisan election struggle. On the 17th, Pelosi, the speaker of the US House of Representatives, called for an emergency hearing to hold a vote to stop the postal service from making service changes, while Republicans accused of inciting conspiracy theories before the November election. Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, called on the house to meet again in the next few days to vote on a bill to protect the U.S. Postal service, the Washington Post reported on the 17th. She accused that Trump’s failure to fund postal voting undermined American democracy and could endanger the upcoming presidential election. According to the report, House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer told members of Congress on Monday that the house of representatives will hold a rare meeting on Saturday (22nd) to vote on a bill. The content of the bill is to prohibit the post office from making any changes to the mode of operation and service level that have been in progress since January 1, 2020. Louis dejoy, the head of the general post office, said on the 17th that he agreed to testify at the House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing concerning changes in the operation of the postal department. The changes have delayed mail delivery across the country and raised concerns among elected officials and voters. Dejoy, a major donor and fundraiser for Trump’s presidential campaign, took office at the general post office in June this year.