Assemblyman Max Carter

Party: Democratic

Legislative Service

  • Nevada Assembly, 2023 (first elected November 2022)—one regular session and two special sessions
  • 2023 SESSION COMMITTEES: Commerce and Labor; Government Affairs; Growth and Infrastructure

Other Public Service

  • International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, Master Trustee
  • Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Civil Service Board, Member
  • Sunrise Manor Town Advisory Board, Member
  • Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) of Southern Nevada, Inc., Volunteer

Other Achievements

  • Proud father of three successful young men
  • AFL-CIO Organizing Institute, Graduate
  • Labor Arbitration Institute, Graduate
  • Trauma Recovery Yoga, Certified Instructor
  • Yoga Alliance, RYT 200, Registered Yoga Teacher


  • Free and Accepted Masons, Vegas Lodge No. 32
  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 720
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 357


  • Las Vegas High School


Occupation: Electrician
Recreation: Yoga, Beekeeping, Field Dog Trials, Brewing, Gardening, Ruck Marching, Equestrian Activities
Born: 1964, Las Vegas, Nevada
Spouse: Karen (deceased)
Children: Michael, Thomas, Brian

Primary Sponsor

AB172 Revises provisions governing collective bargaining for certain public employees. (BDR 23-700)
AB222 Makes changes to the computation of credit for service for certain members of the Public Employees' Retirement System. (BDR 23-752)
AB223 Revises requirements relating to collection agencies. (BDR 54-755)
SB242 Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to establish the Psychedelic Medicines Working Group. (BDR S-39)
AB289 Enacts provisions relating to the natural organic reduction of human remains. (BDR 40-606)
AB321 Makes various changes relating to public safety. (BDR 52-753)
AB407 Revises provisions governing the release of personal information by the Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles. (BDR 43-751)


SCR3 Memorializes esteemed attorney and lobbyist Ben Graham. (BDR R-1095)
ACR4 Directs the Joint Interim Standing Committee on Government Affairs to conduct a study of the use of polygraphic examinations on certain employees. (BDR R-1008)
AJR6 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to adopt the National Popular Vote Compact. (BDR C-389)
SJR7 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to establish certain rights relating to reproductive health. (BDR C-864)
AJR8 Urges the Congress of the United States to deschedule marijuana as a schedule I controlled substance. (BDR R-615)
SB131 Revises provisions relating to reproductive health care. (BDR 54-44)
SB133 Revises provisions relating to presidential electors. (BDR 24-539)
AB140 Makes Juneteenth Day a legal holiday in this State. (BDR 19-63)
AB162 Establishes provisions governing the use of neonicotinoid pesticides. (BDR 51-97)
AB171 Revises provisions governing public works. (BDR 28-179)
SB189 Makes an appropriation to Communities In Schools of Nevada for the purpose of providing integrated student support services. (BDR S-499)
SB195 Revises provisions related to cannabis. (BDR 56-452)
AB199 Authorizes chiropractic physicians to evaluate and treat a person who has sustained an injury to the head. (BDR 54-828)
AB209 Revises provisions relating to certain providers of health care. (BDR 3-833)
AB210 Revises provisions governing public works. (BDR 28-832)
AB217 Revises provisions governing higher education. (BDR 34-464)
AB224 Revises provisions governing collective bargaining. (BDR 23-155)
SB239 Establishes provisions governing the prescribing, dispensing and administering of medication designed to end the life of a patient. (BDR 40-677)
SB243 Revises provisions relating to catalytic converters. (BDR 15-37)
SB244 Makes an appropriation to the Other State Education Programs Account for the creation and maintenance of school gardens. (BDR S-557)
AB246 Revises provisions governing elections. (BDR 24-821)
AB247 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-570)
SB266 Revises various provisions relating to gaming. (BDR 41-943)
SB273 Changes the name of the Nevada State College to the Nevada State University. (BDR 34-968)
AB281 Revises provisions governing senior living facilities. (BDR 40-457)
AB282 Establishes provisions governing a subsidy for certain substitute teachers. (BDR 34-841)
AB283 Makes changes relating to doula services. (BDR 38-844)
AB290 Revises provisions governing motor vehicles. (BDR 43-620)
AB301 Revises provisions relating to public employees. (BDR 53-766)
SB305 Provides for the establishment of a retirement savings program for private sector employees. (BDR 31-933)
SB314 Revises provisions relating to energy storage systems. (BDR 58-60)
AB320 Establishes provisions relating to Internet privacy. (BDR 52-589)
AB332 Revises provisions relating to student education loans. (BDR 55-162)
AB335 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-927)
AB336 Revises provisions governing driver authorization cards. (BDR 43-837)
SB348 Revises provisions relating to health facilities. (BDR 40-51)
AB356 Enacts provisions relating to mobile tracking devices. (BDR 15-1007)
AB382 Makes an appropriation to the Immigration Clinic at the William S. Boyd School of Law of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for the purpose of expanding the provision of pro bono legal services relating to immigration law. (BDR S-858)
AB421 Establishes provisions governing the collection of the consumer data of Nevada consumers. (BDR 32-561)