Rep. Mark Hall to seek re-election to Tennessee House of Representatives in 2020
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Mark Hall announced he will seek re-election to the Tennessee House of Representatives in 2020.
“It has been an incredible honor serving the citizens of the 24th House District over the last two years,” said Rep. Hall. “Bradley County is thriving under conservative leadership, and together, we will build upon our many, recent successes.”
Hall — who was first elected in 2018 — currently serves as vice chairman of the House Insurance Committee. During his time in the General Assembly, Hall has fought for additional tax reductions, the creation of new jobs, to protect freedoms and liberties afforded under the Constitution. He has steadfastly supported the brave men and women who have so proudly served our great state and nation. This includes working with state and local leaders to establish the new Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home in Cleveland.
“The Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home will provide critical services to the veterans of our community and those across our region and state,” added Hall. “I am pleased this project is now closer to becoming a reality, and my colleagues and I remain committed to all those who have made extraordinary sacrifices on behalf of this state and nation.”
During the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in Tennessee, Hall has worked closely with House leadership and Gov. Bill Lee to provide both public health and economic resources in order to better address this unprecedented situation.
Last week, they passed an emergency $39.8 billion budget that includes $200 million in combined grant funding for all Tennessee counties and municipalities to better address local needs resulting from this pandemic. The budget also includes $150 million in funding for health and safety issues related to COVID-19 in Tennessee, as well as additional monies to support those on the front lines in their fight against this aggressive virus.
“These are extraordinary circumstances, and we must take all necessary precautions to preserve public health, while at the same time, continuing to identify critical economic resources that support our small businesses. These entities are the backbone of our local and statewide economies, and I will never stop fighting for them,” Hall concluded.
Hall said he is grateful for the overwhelming support he has received from the residents of District 24. He “humbly asks for their support again later this year.”
Hall will continue to support legislation and create solutions that enable Tennessee to remain the best place in the entire nation to live, work, raise a family,= and retire.
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.
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