About Matt Hall

State Representative Matt Hall has been Kalamazoo County’s state representative for the last four years. Matt is a proven leader who has a measurable track record of success bringing people together to get real results for Kalamazoo County families.

Matt has worked side-by-side with Republicans and Democrats to make historic investments in our children's education, build safer communities and schools, expand automotive manufacturing in our state, and create new workforce education scholarships that are helping over 100,000 Michigan workers achieve higher-paying careers.

As chairman of the House Tax Policy Committee, Matt successfully negotiated bipartisan tax cuts that are saving Michigan small businesses hundreds of millions of dollars each year.

Matt was awarded the Michigan Manufacturing Association’s 2022 Legislator of the Year Award for his leadership to expand manufacturing in Michigan and bring supply chains back from overseas.

In 2020, Matt was appointed Chairman of the COVID-19 Pandemic Oversight Committee. Matt’s investigation into the Unemployment Insurance Agency uncovered over $8 billion in fraud in the system. Matt’s work has led to numerous efforts to reform and modernize the Unemployment Insurance Agency.

Matt is a constitutional attorney and previously worked for the Michigan Attorney General's office. He also worked in the private sector for a combat vehicle propulsion manufacturer. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University and WMU Cooley Law School. He lives in Comstock Twp.

Legislative Districts are changing this year because of redistricting following the 2020 census. The new 42nd District includes the Kalamazoo County townships of Alamo, Brady, Comstock, Cooper, Kalamazoo (part), Oshtemo (part), Pavilion, Prairie Ronde, Richland, Ross, Schoolcraft and cities of Galesburg and Parchment. It includes the Allegan County townships of Gun Plain, Otsego (part) and cities of Otsego and Plainwell.

As your state representative, Matt Hall will work every day to make life better for the people of Kalamazoo and Allegan counties.