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State Rep. Mark Hall appointed to Republican Caucus Campaign Committee

March 27, 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – State Rep. Mark Hall, R-Cleveland, has been appointed by House Majority Leader William Lamberth, R-Portland, to serve as a member of the House Republican Caucus Campaign Committee.

As one of seven members of the committee, Hall will work to strengthen and advance the GOP supermajority in the Tennessee House of Representatives during the 2020 election.

The Republican supermajority is currently made up of 73 of the House’s 99 members.

“It is a great honor to serve. Our state has achieved tremendous success under conservative leadership, and I’ll be working hard to build on those accomplishments by helping to secure Republican victories in 2020,” Hall said.

Hall, who was first elected to serve House District 24 in 2018, currently serves as vice-chair of the House Insurance Committee. During his tenure in the Tennessee General Assembly, Hall has fought for tax reductions, job creation, and supported United States military service men and women. Hall played a pivotal role in working with state and local leaders to establish a new Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home in Cleveland.

“Representative Hall’s constituent-driven focus and strong leadership in the House of Representatives makes him an ideal fit for this important role. I appreciate his hard work and commitment to advancing the conservative values and policies that matter most to our citizens,” said Lamberth.

The committee will be tasked with helping Republican candidates develop campaign strategies and will disburse caucus funds for the general election in November 2020.

“Mark Hall is a devoted public servant who is greatly respected by his Republican colleagues,” said Majority Whip Johnny Garrett, R-Goodlettsville, who serves as chair of the House Republican Caucus Campaign Committee.  “I admire his dedication to his community and our state, and I look forward to working together with the committee to move Tennessee forward.”

The committee will be tasked with helping Republican candidates develop campaign strategies and will distribute caucus funds for the general election in November 2020.

The Tennessee House Republican Caucus in January broke all previous fundraising records, reporting nearly $670,000 cash-on-hand for the last reporting period for 2019. Republican House members’ fundraising totaled nearly $6 million in donations for the same reporting period of 2019.

Mark Hall is vice-chairman of the House Insurance Committee. He is also a member of the House Health and House Local Committees, as well as the Mental Health & Substance Abuse, Property & Casualty, and Property & Planning Subcommittees. Hall lives in Cleveland and represents Tennessee House District 24, which includes a portion of Bradley County.

State Representative Mark Hall Passes First Bill In House Chamber

March 22, 2019

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — State Representative Mark Hall (R-Cleveland) has officially passed his first bill as a member of the Tennessee General Assembly and the House Republican Caucus.

House Bill 403 is designed to keep taxes low for Tennessee’s property owners. The initiative addresses an early legislative priority for Representative Hall, who is committed to keeping Bradley County and Tennessee the best place in the entire nation to live, work, and raise a family.

“I am proud to sponsor this legislation because it ensures our citizens save more of their hard-earned money each tax season,” said Representative Hall. “I am proud to sponsor this legislation, and I look forward to Governor Lee signing it into law.”

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Mark Hall is Vice-Chairman of the House Insurance Committee. He is also a member of the House Health Committee, as well as the House Mental Health & Substance Abuse and the House Property & Casualty Subcommittees. Hall lives in Cleveland and represents Tennessee House District 24, which includes part of Bradley County. He can be reached by email at: Rep.Mark.Hall@capitol.tn.gov or by calling (615) 741-1350.