As posted earlier today, Washington DC's Board of Elections & Ethics will decide either today or next week whether or not to have a referendum on the city council's decision to recognize same-sex marriage performed in the states where it's legal.
One of the major opponents to marriage equality, from Maryland and not DC, is Bishop Jackson. He complains about marriage equality supporters, claiming they hacked into his private information.
Unfortunately for Jackson, he's not well-versed enough to realize that all the information that he claims was "hacked" is public information. All you have to do is go to the county recorder or city clerk's office and ask for it.
As for Californians Against Hate listing Yes on 8 donors - again, public information provided by the Secretary of State. Naturally, Yes on 8 campaign fought to keep this information private, but the law is the law.