You just have to have a simple faith.
Age in 2017: 93
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Carter was the thirty-ninth U.S. president, serving from 1977 to 1981.
Personal social network: Much of Carter's Muckety comes from political connections.
Jimmy Carter personal relations:
Amy Lynn Carter - daughter
Billy Carter (deceased) - brother
Donnel Jeffrey Carter - son
James Earl Carter III - son
Jason Carter - grandson
John W. Carter - son
Rosalynn Carter - spouse
Other current Jimmy Carter relationships:
Carter Center - co-founder & trustee
Commission on Presidential Debates - honorary co-chair
Nobel Foundation - Nobel peace prize winner
Phi Beta Kappa Society - member
The Elders - member
United States-Japan Foundation - honorary adviser
Jimmy Carter past relationships:
1976 Jimmy Carter presidential campaign - candidate
1980 Jimmy Carter presidential campaign - candidate
Bernard W. Aronson - speechwriter
Zoe Baird - associate general counsel
Midge Costanza (deceased) - assistant to the president
James Fallows - speechwriter
Georgia state government - governor
Habitat for Humanity International - volunteer
Jane D. Hartley - aide
Hendrik Hertzberg - speechwriter
Jimmy Carter administration - president
Hamilton Jordan (deceased) - chief of staff
Bert Lance (deceased) - confidant
G. Gordon Liddy - commuted prison sentence
Sol M. Linowitz (deceased) - adviser
Chris Matthews - speechwriter
Millennium Promise - honorary co-chairman
William B. Quandt - Middle East aide
Gerald M. Rafshoon - media adviser
Ralph L. Schlosstein - domestic policy adviser
Mark A. Siegel - deputy assistant
Time magazine - 1976 person of the year
Trilateral Commission - member
Indirect links:Jimmy Carter has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Securities and Exchange Commission
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Muckety news stories featuring Jimmy Carter
President Jimmy Carter's grandson is running for governor of Georgia.
November 8, 2013
Guess who helped uncover Mitt Romney's comments about the deadbeat 47 percent?
September 18, 2012
Two presidential grandsons are running for office this year.
May 11, 2010