Re-Elect Randy Carter
Pontiac City Council - District 4
 

Coffee Hours


When: 1st Monday of month
Time: 8 - 10 am
Where: Coney Cafe'

228 W. Walton Blvd

(248) 334-2970

Randolph "Randy" Carter is a native of Pontiac. Randy attended Wilson Elementary school where he became a Cub Scout where he learned Morse code. Randy built a radio station to receive a General Class Armature Radio License (HAM) at the age of ten! Randy was nominated to be a junior designer by the Oakland County Rocket Club while attending Eastern Junior High School.  Randy was one of the first of five young men to attend the Upward Bound program at Cranbrook Academy in 1968. Randy became a senior radio station engineer while attending Pontiac Central High School where he graduated.  
Randy submitted a rocket design to General Motor's Tech Center to improve Amateur Radio Satellites (AMSAT) called the Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio (OSCAR). Because of his entry, Randy was hired and received a full scholarship at General Motors Institute (GMI) in Flint before entering the 12th grade. Randy became a member of the International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET), certified in aerospace, medical and industrial fields.  Randy is certified to repair all Ship, Planes and Trains equipment.  Randy also receives his 2nd Class FCC License to install, repair and operate all radio and television broadcast stations. 
Randy attended Michigan Engineering Technical Institute, and he received his Masters from (RETS) Radio, Electronic and Television from Detroit. Randy received a Bachelor in Electronic Engineering Technology from Cleveland Institute of Technology. He was a proud UAW 594 worker.  Randy retired as an engineer from General Motors Truck Division.
Randy was the Director of Civil Liberties for the Michigan State Association of Elks.  He was the Assistant Director of Education.  Randy's passion for our youth inspired him to become one of the engineers involved in the 2003 International Championship Pontiac Northern Huskie Brigade Robotics Team for F.I.R.S.T.  (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Randy was a member of the Society of African American Police, was the Esteemed Loyal Knight of Sylvan Lake Lodge #723 and is a member of the Golden Opportunity Club.  His fraternal interest holds no bounds as he was an active member of Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club in New Orleans, Louisiana. Randy sits on the board of directors for Community Network Services (CNS).
Randy is currently in his second term as Councilman for Pontiac's 4th district, running unopposed both terms.   It is his personal goal to work with his neighbors, his Council, his Mayor and the judicial branch governing Pontiac to help facilitate these changes. His strong commitment to educating children keeps him at the forefront of education policies. He currently serves as the education liaison to the School District of the City of Pontiac.
Randy is married to his wife Brenda and has six children.  He is a member of New Mount Moriah International Church.

Randolph "Randy" Carter is a native of Pontiac. Randy attended Wilson Elementary school where he became a Cub Scout where he learned Morse code. Randy built a radio station to receive a General Class Armature Radio License (HAM) at the age of ten! Randy was nominated to be a junior designer by the Oakland County Rocket Club while attending Eastern Junior High School.  Randy was one of the first of five young men to attend the Upward Bound program at Cranbrook Academy in 1968. Randy became a senior radio station engineer while attending Pontiac Central High School where he graduated. 


Randy submitted a rocket design to General Motor's Tech Center to improve Amateur Radio Satellites (AMSAT) called the Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio (OSCAR). Because of his entry, Randy was hired and received a full scholarship at General Motors Institute (GMI) in Flint before entering the 12th grade. Randy became a member of the International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET), certified in aerospace, medical and industrial fields.  Randy is certified to repair all Ship, Planes and Trains equipment.  Randy also receives his 2nd Class FCC License to install, repair and operate all radio and television broadcast stations.


Randy attended Michigan Engineering Technical Institute, and he received his Masters from (RETS) Radio, Electronic and Television from Detroit. Randy received a Bachelor in Electronic Engineering Technology from Cleveland Institute of Technology. He was a proud UAW 594 worker.  Randy retired as an engineer from General Motors Truck Division.


Randy was the Director of Civil Liberties for the Michigan State Association of Elks.  He was the Assistant Director of Education.  Randy's passion for our youth inspired him to become one of the engineers involved in the 2003 International Championship Pontiac Northern Huskie Brigade Robotics Team for F.I.R.S.T.  (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Randy was a member of the Society of African American Police, was the Esteemed Loyal Knight of Sylvan Lake Lodge #723 and is a member of the Golden Opportunity Club.  His fraternal interest holds no bounds as he was an active member of Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club in New Orleans, Louisiana. Randy sits on the board of directors for Community Network Services (CNS).


Randy is currently in his second term as Councilman for Pontiac's 4th district, running unopposed both terms.   It is his personal goal to work with his neighbors, his Council, his Mayor and the judicial branch governing Pontiac to help facilitate these changes. His strong commitment to educating children keeps him at the forefront of education policies. He currently serves as the education liaison to the School District of the City of Pontiac.


Randy is married to his wife Brenda and has six children.  He is a member of New Mount Moriah International Church.