Elise Hall

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Elise Hall
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Member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives
from the 100th district
Assumed office
November 17, 2010
Preceded by Mike Thompson
Constituency 100th House District
Personal details
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Residence Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Profession director of marketing and advertising, landscape company
Religion Nazarene

Elise Hall (born 1989) is a Republican politician from Oklahoma. Hall is the Representative for District 100 in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. House District 100 serves a portion of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.

Political career[edit]

Hall successfully ran in the 2010 primary against David Looby, winning over 64 percent of the votes. Her primary win was tantamount to election, as the Democrats did not field a candidate for the seat.[1]

She beat Jeff Renner in a 2012 primary, winning over 65 percent of the vote.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Hall is currently one of the youngest members of the Oklahoma House, having been sworn in at the age of 21, the youngest age allowed by the Oklahoma Constitution. She earned a marketing degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and works as Director of Marketing and Advertising for a local landscape company.[3]

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