|Vermont State Senate Chittenden District|
|Master's||Fuller Theological Seminary|
|Profession||Ordained Minister, United Church of Christ|
Ingram's campaign website listed the following issues:
- Health care
- Excerpt: "We must move forward with Vermont’s plans to reform our broken health care system regardless of what the federal government does."
- Housing and transportation
- Excerpt: "These are closely linked, and either make our towns and cities livable when they’re well planned, or create havoc when they’re poorly planned. For our individuals and families, for the good of the environment, and for the development and recruitment of businesses that bring jobs, we must be smart about our communities’ housing and transportation."
- Supportive communities
- Excerpt: "The character of our towns and cities should be judged by how well we care for and create opportunities for all of our residents. We need to have quality, affordable child care, elder care, education, and resources for survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse. "
- See also: Vermont State Senate elections, 2012
Ingram ran in the 2012 election for Vermont State Senate Chittenden District. She ran against incumbent Timothy Ashe, incumbent Philip Baruth, incumbent Sally Fox, incumbent Virginia Lyons, Peter Hunt, Ed Adrian, Loyal Ploof, and David Zuckerman in the August 28, 2012 Democratic primary. She was one of six who received the most votes to advance to the general election on November 6, 2012. Ingram was defeated in the general election.
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