Lower taxes. Smaller Government. Greater Freedom.

COMMITTEES – Listening to young people

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters is holding further public hearings into the Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Lowering Voting Age and Increasing Voter Participation) Bill 2018. This Bill as proposed by the Greens would extend the franchise to 16 and...

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More federal hospital funding delivered to Caboolture

The Liberal National Government is continuing to deliver record hospital funding to the Metro North local hospital network, including the Caboolutre Hospital, in each and every year, which is providing more doctors, more nurses and importantly more services for...

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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

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

James completed undergraduate studies in commerce and law at Griffith University. He later completed postgraduate studies in law at the Queensland University of Technology.

Prior to entering the Senate, James worked in Australia and overseas in various roles, including law, campaigns, public policy, and politics.

James was elected as a Senator for Queensland in 2013, taking up his position on 1 July 2014. His office is based in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast.

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Contact

Electorate Office: Tenancy A, 2-4 Mitchell St, Nambour   QLD   4560
Telephone: 07 5441 1800
Email: Senator.McGrath@aph.gov.au