Jimmy Carter Biography | Jimmy Carter Today

Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia, United States of America. In this article you know about Jimmy Carter Biography. Before becoming the President of America, he has served in the US Navy as well as he has also been the governor of the city of Georgia. While staying on the post of President from 1976 to 1980, he did many excellent works. Even after the end of the presidential term, he remained associated with many human rights organizations and charitable organizations. And made valuable contributions to human interest, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.

Jimmy Carter Biography

Jimmy Carter Biography:

Full Name                                                   James Earl Carter Jr.
Born      October 1, 1924 (Age 98) Plains, Georgia, US              
Political Party       Democratic

     James Earl Carter Sr.

     Bessie Gordy 

Education       United States Naval Academy
Children      4, Including Jack and Amy
Achievement     President of the United States Of America (1977 - 1981) , Governor of Georgia (1971 - 1975)
Awards     Grammy Award ( 3 Times) , Nobel Prize (2002)    
Military Service      Lieutenant 
Spouse     Rosalynn Smith

Early life:

Jimmy Carter was born in a hospital in Plains, Georgia, where his mother worked as a nurse. His father, Earl Carter, was a farmer who cultivated cotton and peanuts. Passed the Jimmy High School examination in 1941. He completed his graduation from that Naval Academy in 1946.He then joined the US Navy and was promoted to the rank of lieutenant.

Political Life:

Jimmy Carter was elected to the Georgia Senate in 1962. In 1971, he ran for the governorship of Georgia and won. After that his popularity increased a lot. In 1977, he was elected as the 39th President of the United States of America. Where he did excellent work for the benefit of the people of America as well as made diplomatic relations with his neighboring countries.

Jimmy Carter Biography

Personal Life:

Jimmy Carter married Rosalynn Smith, his sister's best friend, on July 7, 1947, and their son, John William, was born. Jimmy's father died in 1953, which made Jimmy very sad and returned to Georgia with his wife. A few years later, he contested and won the election for the governorship of Georgia. In 1976, he became the President of America. Even at the end of the tenure of the President, he continued to serve the country in many ways and contributed a lot to the upliftment of the poor people. Jimmy Carter, in his entire life, has done a lot of service to the people of the world, along with America, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2002.



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