|38th Indiana Attorney General|
January 13, 1993 – January 16, 1997
|Preceded by||Linley E. Pearson|
|Succeeded by||Jeff Modisett|
August 20, 1949 |
South Haven, Michigan
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
Carter earned a master's degree from the University of Michigan and a law degree from the Indiana University School of Law. She worked as an enforcement attorney for Indiana's secretary of state, prior to her election as Indiana's attorney general in November 1992. She is the first African-American woman elected as a state's attorney general. Carter is also the first African American and the first woman attorney general in Indiana's history. In Indiana, Carter is only the second African American elected to statewide office.
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Beating the odds in a traditionally republican state, Pamela Carter became the nation's first elected black female attorney general by winning a brutal election campaign by a 52% to 48% margin last November
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Linley E. Pearson
|Attorney General of Indiana
Jeffrey A. Modisett
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