As a former paramedic and union delegate, Craig spent many years defending the workers' rights and entitlements of Paramedics. This is what lead him to enter politics. 

 

Craig was first elected as the State Member for Barron River in 2015 and is also currently the Queensland Minister for Seniors and Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.

He believes in equality, opportunity, fairness and reform.

 

From delivering better education and health services, building roads and supporting more action on climate change - Craig is dedicated to standing up for local workers and their families. 

 

When it comes to Climate Change and renewable energy, Craig is a big supporter and is proud to be a part of a government that has committed to ambitious targets to move to 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030 and reach zero-net emissions by 2050. More on this here.

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