Mark Jamison, who served for many years as a postmaster in a small town in North Carolina, is a regular contributor and adviser to Save the Post Office. His posts can be found here. You can read them in digital book form here.
Mark has contributed numerous comments to the Postal Regulatory Commission (see below). He also served as an expert witness in the case of Jones v USPS, concerning mail delays and voting rights. His testimony in its original legal format is here, and in regular format, here.
You can reach Mark at [email protected]
News articles citing Mark Jamison
- Time is Running Out to Save the Post Office (On the Commons, Nov. 5, 2013)
- Stamp of Disapproval (In These Times, Feb. 25, 2014)
- Postal Service workers and rural communities fear post office closures (AlJazeera, December 13, 2014)
- For FedEx and UPS, a Cheaper Route: the Post Office (The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 4, 2014)
- Amazon and UPS have been quietly fighting over the post office’s cost structure — long before Trump (CNBC, April 5, 2018)
- Postal service changes pose threat to voting, says former USPS deputy (Guardian, August 13, 2020)
- Trump vs. the Post Office: Former USPS Postmaster Mark Jamison on the importance of Mail-In Voting (TV Interview with Richard French, August 14, 2020)
- The USPS funding crisis is bigger than the election, experts warn (WRCBtv, August 21, 2020)
- Trump, beware: Americans have a deep, enduring love for the Postal Service (Washington Post, August 28, 2020)
- Federal Judge Mulls Over Order to Ensure Postal Service Delivers All Mail-In Ballots (Courthouse News Service, Sept. 16, 2020)
Jamison’s comments to the Postal Regulatory Commission