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Hall, Matt (R)

State Representative District 63
Office: N997 HOB
Term: Second
Phone: (517) 373-1787
Email: MattHall@house.mi.gov
Home Address: Emmett Township MI
Website: http://gophouse.org/representatives/southwest/hall/
Seat Number: 4
Standing Committees: Tax Policy(C), Insurance, Regulatory Reform, Joint Administrative Rules
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

BB - Binsfeld Building,  BT - Boji Tower,  CB - Capitol Building,  HOB - House Office Building  


POLITICAL CAREER

Rep. Hall was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when he defeated Democrat Jennifer ANIANO by securing 56.5 percent. 

In the primary, Hall defeated incumbent Rep. David MATUREN when he secured 57.3 percent of the primary vote.

Hall won his second term in the 63rd House District in 2020 by running unopposed in the August primary and defeating Democrat Luke HOWELL in the general by a 60.6% to 35.9% margin.  

In December 2020, Hall was named MIRS' House member of the year.  (See "House Member of The Year Honors To Go Rep. Matt Hall," 12/21/2020).  He was nominated for his work as Chair of House Oversight, specifically on COVID-19 oversight. 

He was a delegate for President Donald Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Hall has worked as a constitutional law attorney.

He previously worked in the Attorney General's office under Bill Schuette.

To read MIRS biography of Rep. Hall, click here.

EDUCATION

He is a graduate of Western Michigan University and WMU Cooley Law School.

LEAD STAFF PERSON:

Vera Riley
VRiley@house.mi.gov

Additional Information


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Forgot To Renew CPL? Bill Makes It A Civil Infraction, Not A Felony (09-21-2021)

'Tampon Tax' Terminated By House Committee (09-09-2021)

Ending The 'Tampon Tax' Would Help End 'Period Poverty' (08-31-2021)

House Members Averaging 5 Staffers Each In Past 2 ½ Years (08-30-2021)

House Votes To Ban Internet-Election Link Nobody Does Anyway (08-17-2021)

Clements Drops Leadership Bid To Support Hall For GOP Leader (08-02-2021)

Bits And Tidbits (07-30-2021)

ALEC Software At Center Of Complaint To SOS (07-28-2021)

Hall Picks Up Wendzel; Tisdel Supports Fink For GOP Leader (07-28-2021)

Fink, Lightner Teaming Up As Nesbitt, Hall, Brixie Post Big PAC Totals (07-26-2021)

Clare Business Owner Tops House Fundraising (07-26-2021)

Three More Commit To Hall, Up To 11 Public Commits (07-23-2021)

House OKs Unlock MI Proposal, Puts Final Nail In Emergency Powers Law (07-21-2021)

Lightner Running For House GOP Leader; 3 More Commit For Hall (07-21-2021)

Whitmer's Veto Of Tax Break Draws Angry Response From Lawmakers (07-14-2021)

Clements Exploring House GOP Leader Bid (07-13-2021)

Hall, Fink Emerging As Top GOP Leadership Candidates (07-12-2021)

Why Not Open Mackinac Bridge Tower Tour To General Public? (07-02-2021)

Bill Asks To Extend Brownfield Credit For Ford Wixom Assembly Site (06-16-2021)

Bill Asks To Extend Brownfield Credit For Ford Wixom Assembly Site (06-16-2021)

Bits And Tidbits (06-15-2021)

Bits And Tidbits (06-10-2021)

House Provides Airport Exception For Forfeiture Reform (06-03-2021)

Stamas, Hertel, House Caucus Leaders Seen As Most Effective (05-27-2021)

26 Election Bills Flying Under The Radar In House (05-19-2021)

House Puffs Out Cigar Tax Bill To The Senate (05-18-2021)

Infrastructure, Debt Payoff, Police Recruitment Anchors $3.6B House Supplemental (05-13-2021)

Treasury Takes No Position On New Tax Relief Bill; More Committee News (05-12-2021)

HRCC Leads 1Q Fundraising With Record $1.2M (04-26-2021)

45% Recycling Goal By '32 Supported By Full House (04-22-2021)

Whitmer Visited Father For Two Days; GOP Cries 'Hypocrisy' (04-21-2021)

Tax Policy Stokes Law To Keep Cigar Tax Cap From Going Out (03-24-2021)

Committee Votes To Push Income Tax Deadline To May 17; More Legislature News (03-24-2021)

Bits And Tidbits (03-19-2021)

Treasury Not Sold On First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Bills (03-17-2021)

Election Reform Bills Spark Floor Fight Before Passing The House (03-09-2021)

Benson Suffers Court Loss On AV Signature Matching (03-09-2021)

Gov Says She Can't Talk Gordon Payout: 'That's Simply What It Is' (03-02-2021)

Should Upton, Meijer Be Concerned By Trump's CPAC Shout-Out? (03-01-2021)

Bits And Tidbits (02-26-2021)

No Smoking At Cigar Bars, Hookah Lounges Under Current COVID Order (02-24-2021)

House Passes Resolution Raising Bar For Lame-Duck Bills (02-24-2021)

Lame Duck Resolution Moves; Dems OK With Making False AV Ballot Apps A Felony (02-23-2021)

HRCC Co-Chairs Named; Fundraisers Postponed (02-19-2021)

Benson, Hall Trade Dueling Election Reform Packages (02-01-2021)

Gordon Abruptly Resigns From DHHS, Elizabeth Hertel Named New Director (01-22-2021)

No House Freshman Chairs; First Time Since '09 (01-21-2021)

Hall: Johnson Will Keep Whitmer Administration 'Honest' As Oversight Head (01-21-2021)

Hall Points To 'Glaring Hole' In SOS Document Disclosure (01-20-2021)

Shirkey May Have Had COVID-19 On Last House Session Day (01-13-2021)

Filler Says Pocket Veto Of DUI Expungement Was Politics (01-08-2021)

Hall: AG Investigation Of Contact Tracing Incomplete (01-04-2021)

Governor Vetoes 13 Bills, Signs 21 Into Law (12-30-2020)

Governor Signs More Than 80 Bills At Session's End (12-29-2020)

5 Bills The House Pushed To The Finish Line (12-18-2020)

Dental Screening; Support Dogs; Mental Health For Kids Clear Senate (12-18-2020)

Wentworth, 45 GOP Reps Back Weiser For MRP Chair (12-17-2020)

Benson Declines House Oversight Committee Invitation (12-16-2020)

Subpoenas Ordered For Detroit, Livonia Clerks (12-15-2020)

10 Packages Unlikely To Survive Lame Duck (12-14-2020)

Hall Invites Benson To House Oversight; Dominion Coming To Senate Oversight (12-10-2020)

Hall May Subpoena Dominion; SOS Gives Committee 2,000+ Election Documents (12-09-2020)

Bits And Tidbits (12-09-2020)

MIOSHA Investigating House After COVID Complaint; No House Session This Week (12-08-2020)

Khaldun: Giuliani Hearing Attendees Should Quarantine Until Sat.; House Scheduled For Wed., Thur. (12-07-2020)

Protestors Tell Benson: 'Your Neighbors Will Not Get No Sleep' Until Election Audit (12-07-2020)

Giuliani Attacks State GOP Lawmakers For 'Failing' Trump (12-04-2020)

Giuliani Attacks State GOP Lawmakers For 'Failing' Trump (12-04-2020)

AG Looking Into Warren's Lobbying Contract (12-03-2020)

Weiser Running With Maddock For GOP Party Chair (12-03-2020)

Bills Would Exempt Critical Workers From COVID Rules (12-02-2020)

Interim UIA Director Describes Two-Edged Dilemma (12-02-2020)

Panel Advances Criminal History Check On Area Agency on Aging Workers (12-02-2020)

Giuliani Makes Final Case Of Voter Fraud To Legislative Committee (12-02-2020)

Giuliani Reinvited To Hall's Committee; GOP Moves Election Reform Bills (12-01-2020)

Giuliani Reinvited To Hall's Committee; GOP Moves Election Reform Bills (12-01-2020)

UIA Unplugged Fraud Protections During Height Of Backlog (11-25-2020)

Not So Fast! Trump Campaign Won't Testify In Michigan Afterall (11-24-2020)

Hall Would Take Up Bill To Close Lobbyist Loophole (11-23-2020)

SOS: Rock The Vote Isn't Uploading Info Onto The State Voter File (11-20-2020)

Hall Roasts Antrim Clerk: 'It Seems You Don't Understand What Happened' (11-19-2020)

Lyons, Byrum Offer Election Reform Ideas (11-19-2020)

Speaker-Elect Wentworth Names Committee On Committees, Policy Panel (11-17-2020)

Bills Updating Cybersecurity Program Called 'Kind Of The Perfect Scenario' (11-12-2020)

Gov On UIA Director Resignation: Moving Agency In Different Direction 'Good Thing' (11-09-2020)

Oversight Sets Saturday Hearing On Election Concerns (11-06-2020)

Wentworth Named Next Republican Leader, Lasinski To Lead Democrats (11-05-2020)

Gray Resigns As Unemployment Agency Director (11-05-2020)

Speaker Raises 'Unprecedented' Campaign Cash (10-26-2020)

Khaldun: Herd Immunity Strategy Without Vaccine 'Inhumane' (10-19-2020)

House Grants Committee Subpoena Power; Opposes Court Packing (10-14-2020)

Gov Vetoes Caregiver Bill Over 'Technical' Issue; Signs Remaining IT Fix Bills (10-08-2020)

Hall Losing Patience On Whitmer Nursing Home Emails (09-28-2020)