Chris Foley (Australian politician)

Chris Foley (Australian politician)

Christopher John "Chris" Foley (born 25 February 1956) is an Australian politician. Born in Brisbane, he became a certified financial planner and received a Diploma in Christian Doctrine and Practice, was an Associate in Theology, and became a Justice of the Peace. An ordained Methodist minister, he is married with five children.

He was elected as an independent to the Queensland Legislative Assembly in a 2003 by-election for the seat of Maryborough following the resignation due to ill health of another independent, former One Nation MLA John Kingston. Foley was re-elected at the 2006 and 2009 elections.[1]


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