Daily Hampshire Gazette: I look for elected officials to demonstrate both an understanding of the intricacy of legislative work, and the commitment to the exhaustive labor that it requires. Carey exemplifies those qualities . . . READ MORE
Business West: Beginning law school in 2013, [Carey] was looking for a way to get his foot in the door, so he applied for a job at the DA’s office. He landed one as district court administrator, working behind-the-scenes to help the ADAs. He’s been there ever since, but has continued to move his way up. READ MORE
Cornell Policy Review Podcast: Understanding that the opioid crisis cannot be fixed with punitive measures, a District Attorney’s Office in Western Massachusetts is responding to drug-related offenses with treatment instead of incarceration. Kathleen Egan, Senior Managing Editor of the Cornell Policy Review, interviews Daniel Carey, Director of the Drug Diversion and Treatment program at the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office to discuss their approach and the necessity of treating the opioid crisis as the public health issue it is. LISTEN HERE
MassLive: Carey, 33, said he submitted nomination papers with twice the required signatures in the 2nd Hampshire District, which includes Easthampton, Granby, Hadley and South Hadley. ... Carey's launch party and rally is set for Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at Hadley Farms Meetinghouse READ MORE
VIDEO: City Councilor Dan Carey (currently running for the 2nd Hampshire District seat in the Massachusetts House of Representatives) talks about the reasons the PreK-8 School Building Project is the right solution for Easthampton Public Schools and why voters should choose to fund the project on May 22nd. Video and editing by Easthampton Media. VIEW VIDEO.
Greenfield Recorder: Democrat Daniel Carey of Easthampton, director of the Drug Diversion and Treatment Program at the Northwestern district attorney’s office, is the lone candidate who has announced to run for Scibak’s seat. READ MORE.
Daily Hampshire Gazette: Carey is director of the Drug Diversion and Treatment Program at the Northwestern district attorney’s office and is currently serving his second two-year term on the Easthampton City Council. ... Carey said he plans to campaign door to door, talking to residents about the issues that matter most to them. READ MORE.
Western Mass Politics & Insight: “I am proud of the small part I have played in making Easthampton a sustainable, welcoming, and great place to live,” Carey said in a release. “I look forward to bringing that same level of commitment and enthusiasm in working for all the citizens of South Hadley, Easthampton, Hadley, and Granby.” READ MORE.