Tasmanian State Election 2018

Outcomes from the 3 March election

Tasmanian State Election 2018

On Saturday 3rd March 2018, Tasmanians went to the polls to elect the 49th Parliament and the Liberal Party were returned to form government, with Will Hodgman MP as Premier.

The Hodgman Liberal Government Cabinet

Will Hodgman MP: Premier; Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events; Minister for Parks; Minister for Heritage; and, Minister for Trade.

Jeremy Rockliff MP: Deputy Premier; Minister for Education and Training; Minister for Infrastructure; and, Minister for Advanced Manufacturing and Defence Industries.

Peter Gutwein MP: Treasurer; Minister for State Growth; and, Minister for Local Government.

Michael Ferguson MP: Minister for Health; Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management; and, Minister for Science and Technology.

Elise Archer MP: Attorney-General; Minister for Justice; Minister for Corrections; Minister for the Environment; and, Minister for the Arts.

Jacquie Petrusma MP: Minister for Disability Services and Community Development; Minister for Aboriginal Affairs; Minister for Women; and, Minister for Sport and Recreation.

Guy Barnett MP: Minister for Resources; Minister for Energy; Minister for Building and Construction; and, Minister for Veterans' Affairs.

Sarah Courtney MP: Minister for Primary Industries and Water; and, Minister for Racing.

Roger Jaensch MP: Minister for Human Services; Minister for Housing; and, Minister for Planning.

Mark Shelton MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Development.

Sue Hickey MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business; and, Parliamentary Secretary for Urban Development.

Leonie Hiscutt MLC: Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council

Government nomination for Speaker: Rene Hidding MP

Government nomination for Chair of Committees: Mark Shelton MP