On your side in Essex
- Tracey was elected in 2015 as Member of Parliament for Essex. As the NDP’s Critic for International Trade, she has tirelessly advocated for trade deals that put workers first and fought hard against the job-killing TPP.
- Before heading to Ottawa, Tracey worked on the assembly line at Ford Motor Company for 19 years. She was a Peer Discussion Leader within her union, delivering programs focused on human rights, politics and women’s activism. She was a proud grassroots activist fighting for social justice – and all of these experiences put her on the road to politics.
- Tracey is committed to being a strong voice in Ottawa for the people of Essex. She knows how important good jobs and services are to help families that are struggling to get by. That’s why she’s ready to stand with the NDP to call for pharmacare for all; affordable housing; reliable, affordable cell phone and internet services; support trade that benefits Southwestern Ontario, and work to ensure all Canadians can retire in security.
Are you ready to take action?
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