Meaningful change we can achieve.

Issues that I will continue to work for:

     -- Universal primary care. A first step forward was enacted this session. As a member of the Health & Welfare Committee, I will continue to spearhead this important change to lower costs and provide better care.

     -- Paid family leave. This was passed by the legislature and vetoed by Gov. Scott. It would provide time off with a portion of a worker's salary for the birth or adoption of a child or to care for a sick relative. We will revisit this important measure for workers next year.

    -- Raising the minimum wage. This was passed by the legislature and vetoed by Gov. Scott. It would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022, to bring workers closer to a livable wage so they can make ends meet without having two or three jobs.

    -- Clean-up of our waterways. We must face this issue with a comprehensive plan and a dedicated, equitable funding source.


Vermont State Senator

Copyright 2013. Ingram for VT Senate. All rights reserved.

With family on vacation in Alaska -- (L to R) brother-in-law Chuck, sister Rebecca, Debbie, sister Sherry, and nephew Scott.


-- Improvement of pre-K, access to quality, affordable child care, and education funding reform. As a member of the Education Committee, I worked diligently to consider ideas that would advance all of these important measures affecting families. I will continue to find solutions and ways to pay for them.


  • VSEA (Vermont State Employees Association)
  • Vermont Conservation Voters
  • ​Vermont Sierra Club
  • Vermont NEA (VT chapter of National Education Association)
  • VT chapter of Planned Parenthood
  • VT chapter of National Association of Social Workers