Aaron Malloy for Joondalup
Aaron was born in Port Hedland. When Aaron was four months old, life took a nasty turn for him and his parents, (a political refugee and a beautiful Perth girl). Aaron, just a baby, almost lost his life in a massive, head-on, motor vehicle collision and was in a coma for a month. Aaron was raised in Perth and his parents believed in respectfulness and the value of having a fun sense of adventure. He attended both public and private schools, and, always obsessed with cars and music, found careers which involved both interests. Aaron now lives in Mariginiup and is a single father.
He worked as a DJ and MC, before professional racing rally in the 1990’s. He became involved in the world of radio and enjoyed entertaining people on over 140 stations across Australia. He has sales and marketing qualifications and was the dux of his year when he graduated from The Academy of Radio. Aaron is now a small business owner in the entertainment industry.
Why the seat of Joondalup?
Aaron loves Joondalup and knows it is a fantastic place to raise children. Protecting parks and ovals for use by the Joondalup community, rather than limiting them, to be used exclusively by clubs, is an issue close to his heart. He believes strongly in the merits of “Getting kids back into knee pads and off the iPads!”
This election Aaron Malloy is campaigning for
“making Joondalup even better, by providing security for local small businesses by: eliminating payroll tax to create jobs and help small and family businesses” and “a greater focus on equality and family.”