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Hello my name is James Earl Carter Jr As you may or may not know I was the president of the United States for one term four years I like to think those four years of presidency I accomplished a great deal of things that may have affected your life However Ill just let you decide whether or not I made an impact on the lives if citizens by reading what I have to say about what I accomplished in my career I hope that you can learn something from what I have to tell you I James Earl Carter better known as Jimmy Carter was born on October 1st 1924 in Plains Georgia In the early years before I was president I was a well-known peanut farmer who loved to dream and talk of politics and my devotion to the Baptist faith I graduated from the Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland in 1946 and Married Rosalyn Smith whom I had four children with There were three boys John William James Earl III Donnell Jeffery and one girl Amy Lynn In 1971 I got my first real government-related job I became the 76th governor of Georgia While I was in office as the governor my fellow governors from the surrounding states recommended me to be chairman of the Southern Regional Educational Board the Appalachian Regional Commission the Coastal Plains Regional Action Planning Commission and the Southern Growth Policies Board In 1973 I became the Democratic National Committee campaign chairman for the 1974 congressional elections Then on December 12th 1974 I announced that I was going to run in the election for the president of the United States for the Democratic Party I won the ballad for my party and on November 2nd 1976 I was elected President of the United States I tried my hardest to do the best that I could at being president and I feel that I accomplished quite a few
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