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Hall, Matt (R)

State Representative District 63
Office: N997 HOB
Term: First
Phone: (517) 373-1787
Email: MattHall@house.mi.gov
Home Address: Emmett Township MI
Website: http://gophouse.org/representatives/southwest/hall/
Seat Number: 9
Standing Committees: Oversight(C), Tax Policy, Regulatory Reform, Education
(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.

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:

Caitlyn Eurich

Additional Information


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While Gov Called For PPE, Suppliers Couldn't Get DTMB On The Line (07-08-2020)

Hall: Not Pulling Subpoena Trigger Yet (07-02-2020)

License Renewal, Plate Transfers, Chiropractic Trips, Microbrews Covered In New Laws (07-01-2020)

Unemployed Get $1,000 Extra For Their Troubles Under Bill (06-24-2020)

93% Of UIA Claimants Approved For Benefits (06-19-2020)

93% Of UIA Claimants Approved For Benefits (06-19-2020)

COVID-19 Emergency Extended To July 16; School Reopen Costs $665 More Per Pupil; More (06-18-2020)

LARA Director Hawks In The Hot Seat Before Select Committee (06-11-2020)

Lawmakers Call For Ouster Of UIA Leadership (06-05-2020)

Weekly COVID-19 Cases Flatten; Gov Apologizes For 'Google A Haircut' Comment; More (06-04-2020)

Here's How We See The House Races, Districts 61-70 (06-04-2020)

House OKs Automated Gas Pumps; More Info On Child Deaths (06-03-2020)

Hair Salons Claim Michigan Is Only State They Can't Open (06-02-2020)

LEO Director Faces Select Committee On Pandemic (05-21-2020)

Benson Mailing 5.7M Voters Absentee Applications For August, November Elections (05-19-2020)

COVID-19 Panel Puts Gray In Hot Seat; Immunity Bill Hits Snag; More News (05-13-2020)

Oversight Committee To Look Into Nursing Homes Taking COVID Patients (05-08-2020)

Administration Will Participate With Panel As Long As There's 'No Partisan Attacks' (05-04-2020)

What Gov Said When Asked If She'd Withdraw From VP Speculation; More COVID-19 News (05-01-2020)

Rules Clash Mark First Joint COVID-19 Response Panel (04-29-2020)

Rep. Hall: Select Committee To Examine UIA Problems (04-27-2020)

Unemployment Staff Required To Work 23 More OT Hours A Week (04-06-2020)

Rural GOP Lawmakers Losing Patience (04-06-2020)

Libertarian Runs As Democrat In 63rd District (03-26-2020)

House GOP Discontent With Governor's Orders Showing (03-25-2020)

Bills Would Crack Down On False Claims For Emotional Support Animals (03-17-2020)

Bits And Tidbits (03-12-2020)

Historic Racing Bill In Photo Finish At Reg Reform Line (02-25-2020)

16 Brewery Bills Flow Through Michigan House (02-20-2020)

Bill Would Require Checks Before Training For Cyber Corp (02-06-2020)

Witwer Top Fundraiser For Last Period Of '19 (01-31-2020)

Victory Watches Trump Sign USMCA On South Lawn (01-29-2020)

Reg Reform Samples A Flight Of Craft Brewing Bills (01-24-2020)

Oversight Takes A Quick Snap On Student-Athlete Comp Bills (01-23-2020)

Bits And Tidbits (01-16-2020)

Hall, Ottawa Commissioner Watches U.S.-China Trade Deal Signed (01-15-2020)

LaFave Demands Firing Former Appellate Division Chief (01-10-2020)

Johnson Most Conservative Of 2019, Garrett Most Progressive/Liberal (12-30-2019)

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Whitmer Pulls The Handle On Online Gaming, Sports Betting Bills (12-20-2019)

Trump On Stage For Battle Creek Rally As House Votes To Impeach (12-18-2019)

Filler Named MIRS Freshman Of The Year (12-16-2019)

Filler Named MIRS Freshman Of The Year (12-16-2019)

A Prescription For An Emotional Support Animal? (12-13-2019)

Switch Deal Overcomes Resistance To Pass In House (12-11-2019)

Switch Deal Overcomes Resistance To Pass In House (12-11-2019)

CPS Bills Would Address 40% Of Problems Found in State Government Last Year (12-03-2019)

Berman Bill Would Require State Staff Salaries Be Posted Online (11-07-2019)

House Puts Its Money On Sports Betting, Internet Gambling (10-30-2019)

Thanedar Puts $50,000 Into House Bid (10-25-2019)

Hug Your Emotional Support Pit Bull Before Reading This Story (10-22-2019)

Members Light Up Vote Board Green For Firefighting Foam Bills (10-03-2019)

CPS Audit Response Bills Continue Progress Through House (09-20-2019)

Gov's E-Cig Rules Vaporize Ban On Flavored Alternative Nicotine Products (09-18-2019)

Sports Betting Bills Cover The Spread In House Panel (09-17-2019)

Need A Support Animal? Get A Prescription (09-13-2019)

Would Vaping Ban Lure Folks Back To Smoking? (09-12-2019)

Iden Says He Found A Better Bet This Weekend In Indiana (09-10-2019)

House Oversight Looking Into Flavored Vaping Ban (09-10-2019)

House Votes To Name M-24 'Julie Plawecki Memorial Highway' (09-05-2019)

DHHS Reacts To Bills Spurred By Harsh Audit Of CPS (09-04-2019)

'Heckler's Veto' Is Key Issue In Campus Free Speech Debate (08-29-2019)

More Than A Dozen Michigan Lawmakers Attend ALEC Conference (08-16-2019)

Two House Challengers Sitting On $100K (07-25-2019)

Concern Over Residents' Money To Speed Up Next Audit Of GR Vet Home (07-24-2019)