One California teen got a boost in her student counsel race from a popular singer.
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While attending an L.A. Kings hockey game, Joe Jonas recorded a short message for a teen named Mia, encouraging her fellow students to vote for her.
"Culver City High School, you've gotta vote for my girl Mia," the former Jonas Brothers singer said before flashing a big smile.
According to reports, it worked: The young woman won the election.
Jonas, 24, had an impact on Mia, who posted a photo of herself and a friend with the musician. He was also excited that he was able to help out.
"Really excited the ad worked!" he told TMZ. "I've actually launched a political ad firm - but only for high school and college campaigns, and only while I'm at sporting events. We're open for business!"