U.S. Postal Service union employees plan to rally in Indiana on Tuesday to warn about the impact of proposed cuts.
Rallies are scheduled to take place across the state in support of the United States Postal Service.
Organizers from the AFL-CIO say the rally is part of a national effort seeking support for congressional action to shore up the struggling agency.
The unions will rally from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in 13 different Indiana locations, including all nine congressional districts.
The postal service lost $8.5 billion last year and is facing more red ink as fewer people and businesses use traditional mail. The postal service has proposed closing as many as 3,700 local offices across the country.
In Indianapolis, rallies are scheduled for branches at 8900 Keystone at the Crossing and 300 East Fall Creek Parkway.
Nearly 100 Indiana post offices are included in the U.S. Postal Service's list of facilities it will review as it looks to cut costs.
Some sites might be replaced by stores, libraries or government offices that offer postal services.
Most of the targeted sites are in rural areas and have low volume. The list does not include any branches in the Indianapolis metropolitan area.
The postal service currently operates nearly 32,000 retail outlets across the country.