(Part of) the bleak advertising future
Whenever a browser accesses our homepage, it submits a request that contains a language code for the language it wants to see pages in. Currently our site only has an English version, but if it had different versions we would be able to use this system in order to provide the most appropriate version of the page for each user without having to ask them what language they wanted.
Well, I was looking through the languages requested from the users accessing our site and found something interesting. You'll see the language circled in the image on the right.
And I have to ask, why go to all the trouble? This is obviously a script masquerading as a browser for the purpose of hitting every single website and spraying its message everywhere. The problem is the message, it's more annoying than anything and doesn't exactly encourage me to go out and vote. On the other hand I have to admire the sort of twisted tenacity that thought this advertising method was going to be a good idea. It's original, I'll give them that.