Chris Reynolds

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Contact Chris

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
contact@lambienetwork.com.au

Senate Candidate

As with the rest of the JLN Senate ticket, Chris Reynolds is 100% Tasmanian.

The son of a police officer and a nurse, Chris grew up in the family home just a short walk from Bellerive beach.  Chris spent the first part of his adult life in blue collar factory jobs, learning the value of knuckling down to honest hard work.  Often working multiple jobs at once, he has been a mainstay in the security industry in this state, starting more than 30 years ago and continuing through the present day.

Chris places a high value on education, especially vocational training.  He has completed a range of vocational qualifications, including a Certificate in Engineering Production of which he made use while building high-speed catamarans for International Catamarans in Hobart.  Moving out of the factories, He then began a career in public service, first working on the wards and administration of Royal Hobart Hospital and then in Commonwealth government agencies such as Centrelink and the Child Support Agency.  Working in direct contact with the public at some of their most difficult times, Chris noticed that as governments come and go and the systems are tinkered with at the edges, the real problems never seem to improve - and real people are the ones who pay the price!

Keen to create his own opportunities, Chris has most recently operated a tour bus business, serving Tasmania’s booming tourism market.  Being self-employed in such a dynamic sector Chris has seen first hand the potential of this state - but only if it’s managed effectively!

Chris is dedicated to helping to build a better Tasmania, not just for today’s Tasmanians but for the generations to come.  He sees education as the key to a prosperous future, that future will only be realised if those tasked with the job of government are kept accountable, from the public servant at the coalface to the ministers and bureaucrats running the departments.

Having acquired a lifetime of first hand experience in a range of different roles, Chris has become an integral member of the Jacqui Lambie Network team.  He cut his teeth as a candidate for Lyons in the 2018 Tasmanian state election, and was handpicked by Jacqui Lambie to complete the JLN ticket for the Senate in 2019.


Chris's_headshot_comp.pngContact Chris

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
contact@lambienetwork.com.au

Senate Candidate

As with the rest of the JLN Senate ticket, Chris Reynolds is 100% Tasmanian.

The son of a police officer and a nurse, Chris grew up in the family home just a short walk from Bellerive beach.  Chris spent the first part of his adult life in blue collar factory jobs, learning the value of knuckling down to honest hard work.  Often working multiple jobs at once, he has been a mainstay in the security industry in this state, starting more than 30 years ago and continuing through the present day.

Chris places a high value on education, especially vocational training.  He has completed a range of vocational qualifications, including a Certificate in Engineering Production of which he made use while building high-speed catamarans for International Catamarans in Hobart.  Moving out of the factories, He then began a career in public service, first working on the wards and administration of Royal Hobart Hospital and then in Commonwealth government agencies such as Centrelink and the Child Support Agency.  Working in direct contact with the public at some of their most difficult times, Chris noticed that as governments come and go and the systems are tinkered with at the edges, the real problems never seem to improve - and real people are the ones who pay the price!

Keen to create his own opportunities, Chris has most recently operated a tour bus business, serving Tasmania’s booming tourism market.  Being self-employed in such a dynamic sector Chris has seen first hand the potential of this state - but only if it’s managed effectively!

Chris is dedicated to helping to build a better Tasmania, not just for today’s Tasmanians but for the generations to come.  He sees education as the key to a prosperous future, that future will only be realised if those tasked with the job of government are kept accountable, from the public servant at the coalface to the ministers and bureaucrats running the departments.

Having acquired a lifetime of first hand experience in a range of different roles, Chris has become an integral member of the Jacqui Lambie Network team.  He cut his teeth as a candidate for Lyons in the 2018 Tasmanian state election, and was handpicked by Jacqui Lambie to complete the JLN ticket for the Senate in 2019.