I am writing to express my friendship and endorsement of attorney Richard Ingram. I am asking you to elect him as Columbia County Magistrate Court judge....
Many of you have heard of my plight. I am the mother of the toddler who fell into a bucket of mop water at his daycare. On May 15, the governor signed a bill into law regarding child daycare centers and disclosure of liability insurance.
Ingram played a major role in assisting me with getting this much needed bill passed. I met Richard a few days into my ordeal. I can personally attest to his character because from that point on he has been instrumental in my efforts to protect children.
I am a devout Christian and a licensed and ordained minister, and it brought joy to my heart because the first quality I noticed about Ingram was his being a Christian.
Every Saturday morning when I was walking to bring awareness to my cause, Ingram was there walking beside me at 7 a.m. I saw then his belief in standing up for what was right and honorable, notwithstanding that he was humble and down-to-earth. I soon realized that this was a man who is real and people-oriented. Ingram was up at this time of the morning after practicing law all week to walk 2 miles with people he had never met but understood the cause.
Ingram handled my case from start to finish knowing that I was financially incapable of paying him, but his fine character and strong desire to place what was right over a dollar kept him working tediously to ensure protection for the children of Georgia. His legal expertise and handling of my case was outstanding. ...
When you go to cast your vote for magistrate judge, I urge you to select the button next to the name of my friend, Richard Ingram. I personally stand behind his character as that of an honest and fair man....
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