By-Election Candidate for Dublin Fingal

Tracey has a professional interest in employment rights, support for working parents and affordable childcare. She is also a strong advocate for 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 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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Eloquent and honest praise for the NHS, and the model of universal healthcare offered in most European countries except Ireland. Why is this so hard for our government to comprehend? We need #Slaintecare. Every person gets free and equal treatment, no matter what swing they fall from. ... See MoreSee Less

Eloquent and honest praise for the NHS, and the model of universal healthcare offered in most European countries except Ireland. Why is this so hard for our government to comprehend? We need #Slaintecare. Every person gets free and equal treatment, no matter what swing they fall from.

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The NHS is amazing based on my first hand experience.

You've said it Tracey

3 weeks ago

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Fingal County Council are proposing a School Streets pilot at St Oliver Plunkett’s School on Grove Road in Malahide. This initiative aims to tackle current challenges near to the school
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Govt’s misuse of ‘money message’ limiting opposition bills – including #socdems parental leave bill – is a serious issue for our democracy says @CathMurphyTD #rtetwip @rtetwip

We will contest three #Dáil #byelections2019 with @TraceyCareyA in #DublinFingal, @SiHalpin in #CorkNorthCentral and @amomcnally in #DublinMidWest
Unique opportunity for voters to say enough is enough to this Government.

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