There are two possibilites here:
- Someone at Democracy in Action thought they were being clever, but didn't even think to spoof their IP when committing this ridiculous act
- Someone hacked into a Democracy in Action server to do this . . . .
What's really surprising here is that DIA looks to be pretty liberal, and their commercial arm has powered lots of Democratic campaigns.
I also find it appalling that schools have had to fight rumors that voter registration could be used to verify residency (which could ultimately affect financial aid).