This isn't actually true, but it sounds sexy so Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) said it anyway.
In a Jan. 27 letter to Obama and Senior White House Advisor Valerie Jarrett, Husted says Obama's executive actions would provide millions of non-citizens with valid Social Security numbers and driver's licenses - credentials that can be used for voter registration.
"By enabling millions of non-citizens to access valid forms of the types of identification required to register to vote, the recent executive actions have increased the risk that non-citizens may illegally register to vote and vote in our elections," his letter said.
More specifically, Husted alleges that non-citizens may be "mistakenly" registered to vote when they apply for a driver's license, but as a resident of Ohio I can tell you that the only way that could happen is if a state employee does not follow standard procedure. A federal copy of your birth certificate is required for doing so and, obviously, non-citizens will not have access to one of those.
I expect to see a lot of similar talk over the next two years as the Republican party's share of the Latino vote plummets in the polls even further.
Voter fraud is not a serious problem in this country, but it's a useful boogeyman when you have nothing else.