Second Hodgman Ministry

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The Second Hodgman Ministry was a ministry of the Government of Tasmania, led by Will Hodgman of the Tasmanian Liberals. It was formed on 21 March 2018, after the previous government was re-elected at the 2018 Tasmanian state election.[1][2]

All members of the ministry, aside from Courtney and Jaensch, previously served in the First Hodgman Ministry.

Portfolio Minister Party affiliation Term start Term end Term in office
  • Premier
  • Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events
  • Minister for Parks
  • Minister for Heritage
  • Minister for Trade
Will Hodgman MP   Liberal 21 March 2018 (2018-03-21) 20 January 2020 (2020-01-20) 670 days
Jeremy Rockliff MP   Liberal
  • Treasurer
  • Minister for State Growth
  • Minister for Local Government
Peter Gutwein MP   Liberal
  • Minister for Health
  • Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management
  • Minister for Science and Technology
Michael Ferguson MP   Liberal
  • Attorney-General
  • Minister for Justice
  • Minister for Corrections
  • Minister for Environment
  • Minister for Arts
Elise Archer MP   Liberal
  • Minister for Disability Services and Community Development
  • Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
  • Minister for Women
  • Minister for Sport and Recreation
Jacquie Petrusma MP   Liberal
  • Minister for Resources
  • Minister for Energy
  • Minister for Building and Construction
  • Minister for Veterans' Affairs
Guy Barnett MP   Liberal
  • Minister for Primary Industries and Water
  • Minister for Racing
Sarah Courtney MP   Liberal
  • Minister for Human Services
  • Minister for Housing
  • Minister for Planning
Roger Jaensch MP   Liberal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wednesday 21 March 2018, Governor of Tasmania, 21 March 2018.
  2. ^ Refreshed Cabinet to deliver Government's Plan, Tasmanian Liberals, 20 March 2018.

External links[edit]

Parliament of Tasmania
Preceded by
First Hodgman Ministry
Cabinet of Tasmania
2018–2020
Succeeded by
Gutwein Ministry