Labor Lord Mayoral candidate Tracey Price with Leader of the Opposition and Councillor for Deagon Ward, Councillor Jared Cassidy.

Labor’s candidate for Lord Mayor Tracey Price wears many hats. She is a successful business owner, an accomplished lawyer and mediator who loves being a part of the community.

With her three children and husband, Tracey lives on the Northside and has strong connections to sporting clubs, schools and community organisations.

The vision Tracey has for Brisbane is that each unique and diverse community thrives and succeeds. For too long, the suburbs have been neglected and the focus of the LNP Administration in Council has been the inner city.

In the many community groups and organisations Tracey has been involved in over the year, her leaderships skills and willingness to listen have been on full display.

Serving the community is Tracey’s driving force. Her work in supporting survivors of domestic and family violence, supporting access to education and advocating for people living with a disability demonstrate her passion for helping others.

Since being announced as Labor’s candidate for Lord Mayor in the March 2024 Brisbane City Council election, Tracey has been out and about across the city listening to residents and talking to them about the priorities she has to make our beautiful city even greater.

Tracey Price visiting The Queensland Koala Society Inc and meeting joey Noreen.

As a future Olympic host city, Brisbane is standing on the precipice of a bright and prosperous future. The work we do today will cement this legacy in 2032.

Leading a team of fantastic candidates, Tracey and the Brisbane Labor team have already made some fantastic announcements.

Buses will be built right here in Brisbane once more. Our manufacturing industry is world class, and a Labor-led Council would give them every possible opportunity to succeed further.

Tracey has a strong plan to address the housing crisis by both working with the community housing sector to support more stock becoming available faster, but also making sure that planning settings are appropriate and delivering the best outcomes.

Getting out and about across the suburbs has also highlighted the need to focus on making sure public and active transport, green spaces, parks and playgrounds are maintained and funded adequately funded into the future.

Tracey Price in her sewing shop with quilts kindly donated by customers for those less fortunate.

Brisbane is a modern and vibrant city, and Tracey Price has the energy and determination to make sure that residents are getting the services they deserve from Council.

To keep up with Tracey and what she’s doing across the city you can visit her Facebook page here.

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