Steve Carter (born 1954) is an American politician who served as the Attorney General of Indiana from 2000 to 2009. Carter was succeeded by his chief deputy in 2009. Carter was elected as President of the National Association of Attorneys General in 2005.
Carter is most noted for championing and enforcing the nation's strongest Do Not Call Law that protects more than 4 million consumers from unwanted telemarketing calls. Carter has testified before Congress about Indiana's law and has spoken to the Federal Communications Commission to protect Indiana's law from national preemption. As a native of Lake County, Indiana, public corruption was a major focus during Carter's tenure in office.
|41st Attorney General of Indiana|
|Preceded by||Karen Freeman-Wilson|
|Succeeded by||Greg Zoeller|
|Alma mater||Harvard University (B.A.) |
Indiana University School of Business (MBA)
Indiana University School of Law
| Attorney General of Indiana
Steve or Steven Carter may refer to:
Steve Carter (Indiana politician) (born 1954), Attorney General of Indiana, U.S.
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Steve Carter (footballer, born 1972), English footballer who played for Scarborough
Steve Carter (playwright) (born 1929), American playwright
Steve Carter (rugby league) (born 1970), Australian professional rugby league player
Steve Carter (baseball) (born 1964), American former Major League Baseball player
Steve Carter (Louisiana politician) (born 1943), Louisiana State Representative
Steven Carter (novelist), American author of short stories and novels
Steven A. Carter (born 1958), American author of non-fiction and humor
Steven V. Carter (1915–1959), U.S. Representative from Iowa
Steve Carter (American football) (born 1962), American football player
Steven R. Carter, American literary critic, and academic