General Election 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 months ago

Tracey Carey

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Post vote cuppa with The Mammy & The Brother.

If you haven't already, don't forget to vote in Local & European elections on the way home.
Not forgetting a #DivorceRef #yes

Polling stations close at 10pm

#IfYouWantChangeVoteForIt #purplewave
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Post vote cuppa with The Mammy & The Brother.

If you havent already, dont forget to vote in Local & European elections on the way home. 
Not forgetting a #DivorceRef #yes

Polling stations close at 10pm

#IfYouWantChangeVoteForIt #purplewave

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Best of luck ❤️

Well done Tracey

France is voting on Sunday!

Loves and hugs🥰🥰🥰and bestest of luck Cuz🥰

Best of luck Tracey 💜 #careyforswords

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2 months ago

Tracey Carey

Make sure you get out to vote tomorrow folks. Our last 2 referenda have shown us the power each vote holds. If you want change, vote for it 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Tracey Carey

X Factor for Fingal!

I'm delighted to champion the SocDems call for Community Budgeting to be expanded into every local Council in Ireland including Fingal County Council.

The idea behind Community Budgeting, often called Participatory Budgeting, is that local residents get a direct say on which local projects are funded by the Council.

An award-winning project in South Dublin Co. Council led the way and proves the viability of the model. €300,000 was set aside, and locals were invited to submit proposals on how it should be spent.

Once the proposals were collated, residents were given 17 projects to choose from and there was a public vote on which projects would receive the funding. Everyone in a given area had a vote, including children.

The winning projects included a multi-games wall, a playground, Christmas lights, free library book banks, a public piano, an urban orchard, and new recycling facilities.

Let's do this!
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X Factor for Fingal!

Im delighted to champion the SocDems call for Community Budgeting to be expanded into every local Council in Ireland including Fingal County Council.
 
The idea behind Community Budgeting, often called Participatory Budgeting, is that local residents get a direct say on which local projects are funded by the Council.
 
An award-winning project in South Dublin Co. Council led the way and proves the viability of the model. €300,000 was set aside, and locals were invited to submit proposals on how it should be spent.
 
Once the proposals were collated, residents were given 17 projects to choose from and there was a public vote on which projects would receive the funding. Everyone in a given area had a vote, including children.
 
The winning projects included a multi-games wall, a playground, Christmas lights, free library book banks, a public piano, an urban orchard, and new recycling facilities.

Lets do this!
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Great to see @fingalcoco.ie promoting bio-diversity and advising on practical measures such as spraying less.

Wouldn't it be great though if the Council followed its own advice instead of using thousands of litres of chemical herbicide? #biodiversity

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