Sen. Bob Hall District 2 (R-Edgewood)
Sources of Income
Hall spent his career as a system engineer and business development manager in the aerospace industry and an aerospace corporation consultant. He currently is the president of Professional Proposal Management, Inc., a family-owned business that advises companies seeking contracts with federal and state government agencies.
Hall receives rental income from three RV lots in Miramar Beach, Florida, and one condominium in Navarre, Florida.
Hall and his wife Sarah have various investments in stocks and mutual funds, including, but not limited to: Apple, Energy Transfer Equity, Markwest Energy, Plains All American Pipeline and Altria.
Residential property in Edgewood valued at $532,760
3 RV lots in Miramar Beach, Florida — one valued at $67,264, another at $67,064 and the last at $67,364
A condominium in Navarre, Florida valued at $80,000
Hall's campaign was primarily funded by two conservative PACs: the North Texas Conservative Coalition, whose top donor is Dallas developer and entrepreneur Carl Westcott, and Empower Texans, run by Michael Quinn Sullivan and Midland oil giant Tim Dunn.
In March 2014, The Dallas Morning News reported that Hall had nearly $165,000 in tax liens levied for failing to pay federal taxes over a 20-year period on properties he owned in Florida. All liens have since been settled, and Hall told the paper that he battled the IRS in court and won some reductions.