Senator Bob Hall is a distinguished legislator serving Texas’ 88th Legislature. As the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Administration, he plays a pivotal role in shaping the state’s governance. He is also an influential voting member on several other key Senate Committees, including Finance, Health and Human Services, Local Government, and Veteran Affairs.
A steadfast conservative, Senator Hall is unwavering in his commitment to core principles and Judeo-Christian values. He is a staunch advocate for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, emphasizing pro-life, pro-gun, pro-liberty, and pro-property rights stances. His legislative accomplishments include making Texas a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary State and safeguarding religious organizations from government interference.
Senator Hall’s conservative credentials are impeccable. He has been consistently ranked as the most conservative Senator in Texas by Rice University’s Political Science Department. His accolades include top rankings from major Texas conservative organizations, such as Texas Values Action, Texas Right to Life, and Texans for Fiscal Responsibility.
A graduate of The Citadel with a degree in Electrical Engineering, Senator Hall began his career as a Systems Engineer in the U.S. Air Force, contributing to the development of the Minuteman Missile System during the Cold War. Following his military service, he ran a successful engineering consulting company before being elected to represent Senate District 2.
Residing in Edgewood, Texas, with his wife Kay, Senator Hall is driven by a compelling sense of duty shaped by his military service, business acumen, and love for his country and state. His contributions make him an invaluable asset to the TEXIT Conference, offering actionable insights into legislative strategies that can further the cause of Texas independence.