Who is Jordan Murray? It appears by the photos below that Jordan (or his UAP supporters) enjoy trashing Eurobodalla while flaunting the Australian Electoral Commission rules around putting up campaign posters on roadsides. Jordan Maloney comes from Ulladulla and is standing for election in May. Jordan Maloney works at Milton Chiropractic in Ulladulla and Berry NSW.
His UAP bio says that he has a loving fiancé, and is a father of two beautiful kids, aged nine and six.
He says that he "found his values and goals for the country to be aligned with those of the United Australia Party. He now hopes to restore lost freedoms to individuals throughout his electorate. Obviously one of the so called lost freedoms appears to be the right to put up election posters along our roadways. Not only are the posters against the rules of the Australian Electoral Commission but also an insult to the residents of Eurobodalla and an affront to the other candidates who abide by the rules so that our highway doesn't look like it has been overrun with bright yellow pustules. Maybe Jordan isn't aware that these signs now litter our highway sullying his name and reputation. Maybe we should just collect up all the signs and send them back to him. He might appreciate that. You could deliver any non-compliant posters to Milton Chiropractic 46 Princes Hwy, Ulladulla or give Jordan a call on (02) 4455 5537 A PUB Question: Is it OK to deface campaign posters you find on trees and road signs? The ones up north (mainly Liberal) are being targeted with all manner of moustaches, glasses and goatees. If the candidate leaves them up does that mean they don't care if they are being ridiculed? Be sure to report any illegal posters you see to Council on 44741000. Raise a Customer Service Request, take note of the number, and insist that you be advised of any followup action. You can also use the SNAP SEND SOLVE App to send photos of placards for removal to Council directly. The images below have been reported and more reports are flowing in.
A Council officer has advised that they will be writing to all candidates early this week advising that placement of any posters, advertising or displaying a political slogan cannot be placed on Council premises, public areas or facilities, e.g., sporting club buildings, telephone/power poles, trees, street signs, footpaths, parks and nature/medium strips. Council say they will monitor the placement of election material and its impact on amenity, pedestrian access, and safety. Let's see if they do more than monitor and actually act in removing the signs.
Above and below: The UAP signs have now become an opportunity for locals to add their own comments.