Elected in 2015, Tracey is the first NDP MP for Essex in more than two decades.
Tracey worked at Ford Motor Company for the past 19 years and holds a diploma in practical nursing. She understands the challenges our region faces and is dedicated to fighting for local families who find themselves working harder but falling further behind.
After decades of Conservative and Liberal government, Tracey is ready to fight for the change our region needs—such as quality job creation, stronger retirement security and better services for veterans.
Tracey is a demonstrated community leader. She has volunteered with the Ontario Health Coalition and in support of the Welcome Centre Shelter. She was an active member of Unifor Local 200 and a delegate to the Windsor District Labour Council. As a Unifor National Discussion leader, she taught courses on human rights, women’s issues, conflict resolution, modern communications and other themes.
Raised in Kingsville, Tracey lives in Puce with her husband, Germaine, and their sons Maxwell and Maliq.