Bob Hall

For Texas Senate District 2

 

Bob Hall for Texas Senate District 2

 
 


Bob Hall Announces State Senate Bid to Unseat Long-time Incumbent

Posted October 19, 2013

Excessive, misdirected spending and corporate welfare have to go in Austin. 

CANTON – During Monday night’s Canton TEA Party meeting, Canton TEA Party Chairman Bob Hall announced his campaign for Texas State Senate District 2. He enters the Republican Primary race against incumbent District 2 Senator, Robert Deuell.

Hall is a graduate of The Citadel; served as a Captain in the US Air Force, Space and Missile Systems Command; holds a commercial pilot license, and is a long-time business-owner with clients in multiple states.

Hall told the excited crowd, “Our Texas government has grown too big and spends too much of the taxpayers' money. The incumbent legislators we trusted in the past have put us on a course that is unsustainable. Our state government is too big, regulates too much, spends too much on things that are not the core constitutional functions of state government, doles out favors to special interests, has too much debt, and relies too much on federal dollars for the state budget. This weakens our great state.

Conservatives must work together to reclaim our state government for future generations. This election is about our children and grandchildren. We must change the legacy we are leaving them, and the only way that will happen is by replacing the incumbents with true conservatives who care more about future generations than they do about just getting themselves re-elected.

I will work to bring real meaning to the core principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, personal responsibility, the rule of law and state sovereignty. I am not a professional politician and have never held a public office. However, I once answered the call to serve my country in the military, and I am now ready to serve in the Texas legislature as the true conservative Senator of Senate District 2.”

 

 

   

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2014 Candidates

 

2014 Tea Party Endorsed Candidates by State

Tea Party Candidates
(Candidates supported by various TEA Party groups and members for the 2014 elections)


Texas Tea Party Supported Candidates

Statewide Offices:

Governor: Greg Abbott (Recommended)

Lt. Governor: Dan Patrick (Endorsed)

Attorney General: Ken Paxton (Endorsed)

Comptroller: Glenn Hegar (Recommended)

AG Commissioner: Sid Miller (Recommended)

Texas Supreme Court

Nathan Hecht ~ Chief Justice (Recommended)

Jeff Brown ~ Justice, Place 6 (Recommended)

Phil Johnson ~ Justice, Place 8 (Recommended)

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Bert Richardson ~ Judge, Place 3 (Recommended)

Kevin Patrick Yeary ~ Judge, Place 4 (Recommended)

David Newell ~ Judge, Place 9 (Recommended)

Texas State Senate Races

Bob Hall ~ District 2 (Endorsed)

Konni Burton ~ District 10 (Endorsed)

Don Huffines ~ District 16 (Recommended)