Definition of Wild Fantasies: Finding linkage between a letter intended to intimidate voters and the movement to end voter fraud by requiring the presentation of a simple photo ID.
A scandalous lesson on voting rights
Roanoke Times editorial
A congressional campaign scandal now unraveling in California should serve as a cautionary reminder that fears about voter suppression are not wild fantasies.
Voting rights can and do come under periodic attack. Thousands of Hispanic residents of Orange County received letters recently warning that if they vote in November's congressional election, they might be jailed or deported.
The letter, written in Spanish, says, "You are advised that if your residence in the country is illegal or you are an immigrant, voting in a federal election is a crime that could result in jail time." (link)
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