With family on vacation in Alaska -- (L to R) brother-in-law Chuck, sister Rebecca, Debbie, sister Sherry, and nephew Scott.
Debbie Ingram’s combination of “nuts-and-bolts” pragmatism, compassion, and idealism are truly a wonder. Chittenden County will be well served when her leadership is serving us in the State Senate.
Richmond native and Williston Selectboard member
I’m writing to urge others to support Debbie Ingram as a candidate for a Senate seat representing Chittenden County. I worked with Debbie for many years as chair of the Williston Planning Commission and found her to be among the most knowledgeable, fair and balanced community servants I’ve ever known. She’ll be a no-nonsense leader on health care, affordable housing and transportation, and a passionate voice for equality on every issue.
She’s tight with budgets because she has extensive experience in the business world. Debbie’s superb education, service on the Williston Selectboard and Planning Commission and years in executive leadership of an important Vermont nonprofit (Vermont Interfaith Action) also make her an effective voice for consensus and balance on contentious issues.
We desperately need more people like Debbie in Montpelier, where she’ll set aside ego and politics and humble even the windiest politicians with her practical and ethical approach to meeting the needs of all Vermonters. She is among the most passionate and effective public servants I’ve seen in Vermont, and we’ll be lucky to have someone with such extraordinary ability and experience represent us in the Senate.
Former Williston Planning Commission Chair