(born 1947) is a Bahamian political figure who was Prime Minister of the Bahamas from August 1992 to May 2002 and again from May 2007 to May 2012. He is a member of the Free National Movement Party (FNM). Prior to the 2012 election, he was the FNM's Party Leader and was the Member of Parliament for the North Abaco constituency. He served as Leader of the Opposition in the House of Assembly from 2005 to 2007.
18.10.2012 [thebahamasweekly.com] - This bye-election came as a result of the former Prime Minister and former Member of Parliament for North Abaco, Hubert AlexanderIngraham, resigning from his seat shortly after his government's defeat at the polls on the 7th May 2012. The former Prime
10.10.2012 [The Freeport News] - At ZNS she began her career as a copy writer, chief news editor assigned to the political leaders of that day including the late Sir Lynden Pindling and former Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Hubert AlexanderIngraham. She was able to interview such
08.10.2012 [The Freeport News] - The bye-elections are just days away in the North Abaco Constituency, which was vacated by former Prime Ministrer Hubert AlexanderIngraham following the recent general elections. In a few verbal attacks on Ingraham, McCartney said, "Prior to his
05.10.2012 [The Freeport News] - Hubert AlexanderIngraham. Ingraham was first elected to the seat in 1977. After being expelled from the then ruling Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), Ingraham went on to retain the seat as an independent a decade later in 1987 and won the seat as an
18.09.2013 - — Authority 123 former Cabinet Ministers to his New Day government. With the resignation of former Prime Minister HubertIngraham, the […] short political history. “HubertIngraham left our party worse than he met it. We are in debt. We have bills left behind