Carla Stovall

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Carla Stovall
Attorney General of Kansas
In office
1995–2003
Preceded by Robert T Stephan
Succeeded by Phill Kline

Carla J. Stovall (born 18 March 1957, Hardtner, Kansas), also known as Carla Stovall Steckline, is a Republican politician from Marion, Kansas who served as Attorney General of the State of Kansas from 1995 to 2003.[1]

A Republican from Marion, Kansas, she served as Attorney General of the State of Kansas from 1995 to 2003. During her tenure, she served as President of the National Association of Attorneys General. Stovall was former Crawford County Attorney and member of Kansas Parole Board.

During the 2002 election, Stovall briefly campaigned for the Republican nomination for the office of Governor of Kansas. Kent Glasscock, a former Speaker of the Kansas House of Representatives, served as her running mate. Despite an early lead in the polls, Stovall withdrew from the race in order to get married and spend more time with her husband's family.

She earned her undergraduate degree from Pittsburg State University and her Juris Doctor and MBA degrees from the University of Kansas.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moon, Chris (21 October 2006). "Stovall backs Morrison for attorney general". The Topeka Capital-Journal. Retrieved 18 January 2011. 
Legal offices
Preceded by
Robert T Stephan
Attorney General of Kansas
1995 - 2003
Succeeded by
Phill Kline