From Bloomberg:

The R Street Institute, a D.C.-based think tank that promotes small-government ideals, released a four-page study Wednesday which argued that the U.S. Postal Service is “well-positioned to successfully rise to the occasion” in November.

“While vote-by-mail will be new to many, and USPS is far from a perfect institution, the agency has proven capable of reliably moving government documents for decades,” the report says.

Researchers at the think tank have also argued, contra Trump, that vote-by-mail has low rates of fraud, and its president signed a joint letter from conservatives to congressional leaders urging them to provide further funding for vote-by-mail during the coronavirus.