Representative Chris Hall is serving his sixth term in the Iowa House. Hall resides in Sioux City, where he was born and raised. Hall graduated from North High School (Sioux City) and stayed in Iowa to receive his undergraduate degree from Grinnell College.
Hall serves as Ranking Member for the House Appropriations Committee and serves on the Natural Resources, Information Technology, and Commerce committees. He has championed economic development issues in northwest Iowa, anti-bullying legislation, and is regarded as one of the state’s leading thinkers on budget policy.
Chris has been recognized for his leadership and bipartisan work in the legislature, being selected twice for competitive fellowships by the Council of State Governments. In 2012, he received the Citizens Lifesaver Award by Sioux City Fire Rescue for actions that “potentially saved lives during a fire in an apartment complex.”
Hall attends First Presbyterian Church in downtown Sioux City. He is a member of the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, NAACP (Sioux City), Trout Unlimited, Kansas City Barbeque Society, and Sioux City Growth Organization (young professionals). In his free time, Chris is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys volunteering for local reading programs and the Siouxland Soup Kitchen.