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Bracy and Ingram Promoted within Office of the Governor

July 26, 2017

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531

AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage announced today promotions of two staff members within the Office of the Governor. Sean Ingram has been promoted to senior policy advisor from legislative policy coordinator, and Andrew Bracy will move from deputy director of boards and commissions to legislative policy coordinator.

Sean Ingram will serve as Governor LePage’s senior policy advisor on a wide range of issues, including regulations and legislation related to corrections, information technology, public safety, defense, veterans and emergency management.

In 2014, Ingram joined the Office of the Governor as the deputy director of boards and commissions responsible for reviewing all gubernatorial appointees and the coordination of more than 200 personal and confirmable appointments. In January 2016, Ingram became legislative policy coordinator. Prior to joining the administration, Ingram worked in field operations for multiple campaigns, including Governor LePage’s 2014 re-election and Virginia Congressional campaigns.

Ingram is originally from Alabama, where he attended Bevill State Community College. He now resides in Augusta.

Andrew Bracy joined the administration in February 2017 as the deputy director of boards and commissions. He has been promoted to legislative policy coordinator, where he ensures the Governor and staff are fully informed about all legislative matters and acts as a liaison between the Executive and Legislative branches of government. Bracy will track legislation in progress, handle legislative inquiries and communicate with legislators and legislative staff regularly.

Prior to joining the Office of the Governor, Bracy worked for the Town of Scarborough as a public safety dispatcher. Bracy has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maine Orono, where he also minored in political science and Maine Studies and Legal Studies. Bracy resides in Portland.

Both transitions are effective immediately.

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