David Hall is seeking reelection for Calhoun County Precinct 1 Commissioner, an office he was elected to in 2016.
“I have a lot of years left in me, and I believe I can do a lot more good,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what our party affiliations are; there is still a thing called common decency and treating everybody with respect.”
The 48-year-old Republican retired from the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department to serve as a commissioner. He has more than two decades of law enforcement experience and lives in Port Lavaca.
Hall has earned multiple grants for both Precinct 1 and countywide improvements during the past three years, which he said reflects the dedication he has to improving the lives of citizens in his community.
He secured a $235,000 grant from the state health department to improve mosquito control countywide, a $198,000 grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife to upgrade the Chocolate Bayou boat ramp, a $175,000 CEPRA grant for engineering of Magnolia Beach erosion and a $35,000 grant from Rebuild Texas to upgrade fuel capacity at the Precinct 1 barn.
If reelected, Hall said he plans to continue working on erosion and bring roadways “not just up to standard but beyond standard.”
Residents can learn more about Hall by contacting him at 361-552-9242 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.