|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
Assumed office |
6 May 2016
|Preceded by||Keith Davies|
12 February 1976|
|Political party||Welsh Labour Co-operative|
In 2001 Waters joined the ITV Wales political unit where he reported as a lobby correspondent and presented the weekly politics programme Waterfront, becoming chief political correspondent. In 2007 he became Director of the green transport organisation, Sustrans Cymru.
He was Vice-Chair of the successful Yes for Wales campaign, leading on communications for the campaign after being appointed to the cross-party steering committee by the First Minister. He has worked for politicians in Westminster, Cardiff Bay and Washington D.C, and Chaired the Governing body of the highly regarded Barry Island Primary School for over seven years.
- "Welsh Assembly Elections 2016: Labour hold Llanelli as Lee Waters named new AM". South Wales Evening Post. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.
- Lee Waters. "Lee Waters". the Guardian.
- "Welsh Government:Wales leads on UK's biggest push to cut car use". gov.wales. Archived from the original on 3 April 2015. Retrieved 4 November 2015.
- "Lee Waters faces questions over his role as head of the Institute of Welsh Affairs while he fights for election". WalesOnline. 28 October 2015. Retrieved 6 May 2016.
- "Staff". iwa.org.uk.
- http://www.llanellistar.co.uk/Lee-Waters-chosen-Llanelli-Labour-party-candidate/story-27873240-detail/story.html[dead link]
|National Assembly for Wales|
| Assembly Member for Llanelli
2016 – present