Candidate For Dublin Fingal

Tracey has a particular interest in employment rights, support for working parents, affordable childcare, and quality mental health services.

Tracey has had a diverse professional career, in which she has managed a family-owned boat yard and worked in television production, most recently at NearTV.

Tracey has a BA in English and Film from UCD, and an MSc in Business and Management, specialising in HR. She currently manages employee benefits for the Nordic, French and UK offices of a multi-national technology company.

A keen sailor, Tracey has spent years living on a boat sailing around the world, while teaching English as a foreign language.

She is the former chairperson of the SocDems Fingal Branch. Tracey now lives in Malahide, where she grew up and went to school.

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“I’m excited at the prospect of promoting the party’s economic vision for a progressive and equal society and a strong economy with good quality public services, supports for indigenous and small businesses, and transparent government..”

“I’m excited at the prospect of promoting the party’s economic vision for a progressive and equal society and a strong economy with good quality public services, supports for indigenous and small businesses, and transparent government..”

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2 weeks ago

Tracey Carey

Good news - #SocDems Bill to extend unpaid leave for working parents goes to the Seanad today - One more step closer to becoming law. We also support increasing paid leave @WhitmoreJen #WorkLifeBalance Lots more details here: www.socialdemocrats.ie/our-proposals-to-improve-work-life-balance/

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“Good news - #SocDems Bill to extend unpaid leave for working parents goes to the Seanad today - One more step closer to becoming law. We also support increasing paid leave @WhitmoreJen #WorkLifeBalance Lots more details here: https://t.co/ikI91E2B1P https://t.co/iNhdFZuBVz”
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4 weeks ago

Tracey Carey

Fight dragons. Go vote. And let's continue the disentanglement of the Church from our Constitution by decriminalising blasphemy. You know because of our right to freedom of expression. ... See MoreSee Less

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Five years of cumulative tax cuts for the top half of earners at €600 million a go amounts to €9 billion less for public spending over the period. Wouldn't it be better to use that money to end the housing crisis?

The closing date for getting your name on the draft register of electors is Sunday 25th November - be sure to check the register so you will be able to vote in next May's local elections #LE19 👉https://t.co/vFiIw5pV8C

This is why arguments around supply/demand can be so deceiving (and attractive). Correlation is not causation. If the @centralbank_ie eased mortgage lending rules tomorrow, housing inflation would skyrocket. This would suggest restricting demand = constrained price increases.

Leo Varadkar on Twitter

“More evidence that house prices are leveling off as supply increases: Property price growth falls for fifth consecutive month https://t.co/L5l...

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Have been out canvassing with @TraceyCareyA and I’m stuck that people just want the basics to work right. Schools, Health, Transport. Just quality of life issues. No greed. No unrealistic demands. @SocDems #SocialDemocrats

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