Carter is a 9th generation Iowan who is currently serving the people of Iowa House District 19. Carter announced he will be running for re-election for new House District 47 in 2022 to continue serving the people of Dallas, Guthrie, and Greene counties.
While in the Iowa House, Carter has fought to lower Iowan's taxes, promote pro-business and pro-growth policies, ease burdensome regulations, and protect individual freedoms.
Carter is a graduate from the University of Northern Iowa where he obtained his bachelors in business management and leadership. He owns and operates a small business while serving in the Iowa House. Carter is a member of the Ways and Means (Vice Chair), Commerce, State Government, and Local Government committees.
“District 19 is rich in history and people. My campaign will be rooted in Iowa values and always work to further the growth of hard working middle class families. I am dedicated to protecting Iowan’s individual freedoms and promise to always be a good steward of taxpayer dollars,” Carter said. “My campaign will be about bringing a new generation of ideas and way of thinking to state government. I am ready to be that voice fighting for the middle class, continued investments in our education, businesses, and communities, lower taxes, and always focusing on the growth and sustainability of our state.”
Iowa House District 19
Carter is the Republican Represenative for House District 19. Iowa House District 19 includes much of Dallas County, including; Adel, Bouton, Dallas Center, DeSoto, Dexter, Granger, Grimes, Minburn, Redfield, Sheldahl, Urbandale, Van Meter, West Des Moines, Waukee, Woodward, and the northwest corner of Polk County, including Polk City.