Culver City Cartoon Character Encourages Citizens to Vote

This voting mascot was used by Culver City in a campaign to encourage voting.
Image: Culver City Counts

Culver City, Calif. has a new animated voting mascot, Birdee, a non-partisan poll worker, reaching out to voters via social media.

CULVER CITY, CALIF. — A new outreach campaign for voters, Culver City Counts, features an animated voting mascot. “Birdee,” a red bird, is a non-partisan poll worker that is trying to get the word out about registering to vote, opportunities to work at local polls, and signing up to vote by mail.

“With the support of the City Council, the City Clerk’s Office is proud to partner with SeePolitical, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that informs and empowers voters through entertaining educational videos, to create Culver City Counts – a new multi-media campaign focused on engaging voters,” said Martin Cole, Culver City’s city clerk.

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