- "I'm Sue Murry, and I approve this message."
- ―Sue Murry
Sue Murry is a character in Grand Theft Auto V.
Sue is a candidate for Governor of San Andreas. She is a divorced former school teacher with liberal political ideologies and "knows what Conservatives want". Her main opponent in the gubernatorial elections is Jock Cranley, a former Vinewood stuntman turned politician.
The Campaign's Changes
- Raise income tax on the wealthiest to 82.5 percent including myself.
- Impose a maximum wage on bankers and CEOs, including my ex-husband.
- Ban plastic water bottles, shopping bags, disposable diapers, non-recyclable prophylactics and take out containers.
- Reach out to liberal celebrities to get them involved in politics and / or swinging parties.
- Children are our future and half of them are in prison. Let's close the prisons for good.
- Ban the sale of gasoline and the use of gasoline-powered cars.
- Criminalize all firearms and replace knives with sporks.
- Make every workplace an equal playing field - no bosses. Let the group decide.
- Stop single women from being excluded from car key parties.
- Replace all toilets with composting commodes.
- Ban public prayer and military recruitment propaganda.
- Free all nonviolent offenders from prison, except white collar criminals.
- Make the sale and use of tobacco a criminal offense.
- Like Jock, Sue is an extreme parody of American politicians, particularly Democrats, which probably makes her a parody of Hillary Clinton. Sue advocates for feminism, high taxes, banning of plastic and petrol, gun control, and closing prisons.
- Her name, Sue Murry, is very similar to the term 'Mary Sue', a term meant for female characters in media who don't go through any real struggle or development as characters but still manage to come out on top.
- In real life, many prominent female politicians in California had been schoolteachers prior to politics. US Congresswomen Diane Watson and Maxine Waters specifically taught at public Los Angeles elementary schools.
- Like Murry, real-life California politicians Dianne Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi were both married to wealthy investment bankers. Feinstein is also a divorcee and onetime candidate for Governor, but remains married to her investment banker husband Richard C. Blum.