Sneath originally worked as a shearer and an organiser with the AWU. He moved to Adelaide in 2004 to become Secretary of the AWU, and was the President of the Naracoorte sub branch of the ALP for six years before becoming an ALP State Executive member and President of the party in 1999.
Sneath was President of the South Australian Legislative Council until his resignation in October 2012.
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