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SAN FRANCISCO - JULY 30: US Postal Service letter carrier Anthony Ow places letters in a mailbox as he walks his delivery route July 30, 2009 in San Francisco, California. The US Postal Service is expecting their budget deficit to reach $7 billion, up from earlier projections of $6 billion. The Postal Service is seeking permission from Congress to go to a 5 day delivery week to make up some of the deficit. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

With the election in November, a number of states are allowing mail-in voting.  The Postal Service has developed a website to help make the process easier.

“The Postal Service recognizes that many states are choosing to expand mail-in voting options in the upcoming elections and that there will likely be a significant increase in demand among postal customers to participate in those elections by using the mail,” the Postal Service said in a release.

If you have questions about the process, and how the Postal Service will be involved, check out the site. It has some helpful tips.