He values the opportunities and experiences he had growing up as the youngest of six children and holds the idea of "community" with a special regard. Since heeding the call to public service, Hall has worked wholeheartedly to improve the day-to-day lives of the people that he represents, whether on the local or state level. Assemblyman Hall will continue to seek ways to improve our vital services, despite attempts to cut those expenditures.
In keeping with his concern for the most vulnerable members of the community, both young and old, Assemblyman Hall has hosted the first in a series of consumer protection workshops to inform seniors on how to better protect themselves from consumer scams including: home improvement and repair, auto repair, insurance, financial, telemarketing, real estate fraud and more. According to Hall, "We need to ensure that our past leaders receive the attention they deserve."