Yes, that Bender. The one on the left. A University of Michigan team got him elected to the Washington DC school board in 2010 by hacking the district's electronic absentee ballot system.
In 2010, the school board in Washington DC had just erected a new electronic voting system for its absentee constituents. To test the system—given the paltry performance of e-voting systems in the past—the school board opened the system to public scrutiny and challenged them to hack it in four days during the lead-up to the election.