Lower taxes. Smaller Government. Greater Freedom.

Senator the Hon. James McGrath

A fair and transparent democracy for all

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters has released its report on the proposed amendments to the Electoral Funding and Reform Bill, referred to the Committee in September 2018. The Committee, having considered the Bill in its original form earlier this...

Further consultation on political donations Bill

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters will hold a public hearing on 5 October 2018 on the proposed amendments to the Electoral Legislation Amendment (Electoral Funding and Disclosure Reform) Bill 2017. The Committee will hear evidence from experts in...

Electoral Matters Committee to review electoral donations reforms

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters has been asked by the Special Minister of State and the Minister for Finance to examine proposed amendments to the Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Electoral Funding and Donations Reform) Bill 2017. The proposed...

Greens Proposed Change to Parliamentary Prayer Tradition Slammed

Queensland LNP Senator James McGrath has slammed the Greens-backed push to remove any reference to God and the Lord’s Prayer from the proceedings of the Senate. Green’s Senator Lee Rhiannon’s motion to remove references to God and the Lord’s Prayer from the Senate has...

Maiden Speech

14 July 2014

The ying to the yang of low tax is small government—government that trusts people to make their own decisions. In Australia today the growth and centralisation of government at a federal level is a clear and present danger to our Federation and to the individual.

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About Senator James McGrath

Originally from the Sunshine Coast, James spent his childhood across regional Queensland.

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