Press release: Hall sworn in as new state representative for House District 62

The following press release was sent to the Bloomingtonian:

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                            Nov. 22, 2022

Hall sworn in as new state representative for House District 62

STATEHOUSE (Nov. 22, 2022) – Dave Hall of Norman took the oath of office today to serve as state representative for House District 62.

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush administered the oath to all House lawmakers during a swearing-in ceremony in the House Chamber of the Statehouse during Organization Day, the formal start to the 2023 legislative session.

“It’s an honor to be chosen to represent my fellow Hoosiers in House District 62,” Hall said. “I’m ready to get to work to improve the quality of life in our district and protect our freedoms at the Statehouse.”

Born and raised in Southern Indiana, Hall is a graduate of Brownstown Central High School. He owns a small business, Dave Hall Crop Insurance, and is a corn and soybean farmer along with his dad.

Hall is a member of the Jackson County REMC Board of Directors and serves as a special deputy with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department. He is a past president of the Jackson County Council, and has served on the Jackson County Redevelopment Commission and Jackson County Industrial Development Corporation. He has also served on the Owen Township Advisory Board, Emergency Management Board and Ambulance Board.

Hall and his wife, Bradie, were married in 2006 and built their home on her family farm in Norman. They have three daughters, twins Hayden and Sydney, and Gabby. The Halls are members of Restoration Church of the Nazarene in Bedford.

Constituents can contact Hall by calling 800-382-9841 or 317-232-9600 and emailing [email protected].

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