Nick Carter on Principles & Values
Democratic Senate Challenger
With that, Carter, who changed his registration from Republican to Democrat about two years ago, launched a campaign that he hopes will end with him competing this fall for a Senate seat.
It is a four-year term now held by John Barrasso, who was appointed to fill the seat temporarily after the death last year of Sen. Craig Thomas.
The son of former Gillette Mayor Herb Carter and a longtime defense attorney who has participated in some of the area's biggest trials, Carter describes himself as a conservative Democrat. Carter, 44, has been in Wyoming for four decades.
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