In California, thousands of Hispanics in Orange County received a letter warning them not to vote on November 7. The letter stated they could go to jail or face deportation if they voted in next month's elections.
The matter has been under investigation, and a spokesman for the Attorney General there said they have identified where they believe the mailing list was obtained. They believe it originated from a GOP campaign.
And while Nathan Barankin, spokesman for Attorney General Bill Lockyer, refused to say which GOP campaign originated the mailing, the Associated Press states that "The Los Angeles Times and The Orange County Register both reported Thursday that the investigation appeared to be focused on the campaign of Tan D. Nguyen, a Republican challenger to Democratic U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez."
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