Stephen Mullighan

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Stephen Mullighan

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Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
In office
26 March 2014 – 18 March 2018
PremierJay Weatherill
Preceded byTom Koutsantonis
Succeeded byStephan Knoll (as Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government)
Member of the South Australian House of Assembly
for Lee
Assumed office
15 March 2014
Preceded byMichael Wright
Personal details
Born
Stephen Campbell Mullighan

1978/1979 (age 40–41)[1]
NationalityAustralian
Political partyAustralian Labor Party (SA)
Spouse(s)Antonia Mullighan
RelationsTed Mullighan (father)
Alma materUniversity of Adelaide
OccupationPolitical staffer
Websitestephenmullighanmp.com.au

Stephen Campbell Mullighan is an Australian politician representing the South Australian House of Assembly seat of Lee for the South Australian Branch of the Australian Labor Party since the 2014 state election.[2]

Political career[edit]

Mullighan served as Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Minister for Housing and Urban Development in the Weatherill Labor cabinet.

He previously held the portfolios of Minister assisting the Minister for Planning and Minister assisting the Minister for Housing and Urban Development. Mullighan entered cabinet in March 2014 and remained there until the March 2018 election when his party lost office. He has held ministerial portfolio with responsibility for transport and infrastructure, and for housing and urban development.[3]

He is aligned with the Labor Right faction.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Novak, Lauren (12 April 2014). "First term star Labor MP Stephen Mullighan has stumbled on the job, say Libs". The Advertiser. Retrieved 26 March 2019.
  2. ^ 2014 SA election: Antony Green ABC
  3. ^ Cabinet of South Australia: Premier.sa.gov.au Archived 21 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Wills, Daniel (26 March 2014). "Analysis: Cabinet reshuffle the start of Jay Weatherill's reinvented Labor". The Advertiser. Retrieved 21 January 2016.

External links[edit]

South Australian House of Assembly
Preceded by
Michael Wright
Member for Lee
2014–present
Incumbent
Political offices
Preceded by
Tom Koutsantonis
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
2014–2018
Succeeded by
Stephan Knoll
as Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government
Preceded by
John Rau
Minister for Housing and Urban Development
2016 – 2018
Succeeded by
Stephan Knoll
as Minister for Planning