This is Elise’s home! Since birth, Elise has lived in House District 100. Elise grew up in a home that was supported by the success of a local small business. From that experience, Elise understands what it is like to feel the effects of government regulations and tax codes that do not encourage businesses to succeed.
At a young age, Elise served as the Director of Marketing & Advertising for a landscape management company in Oklahoma City and was a key part of the team that increased sales by 20 percent… during a recession. We are living in tough economic times, especially for service-based industries. However, with Elise’s position, she has had to create strict budgets and see successes out of them. It is this time of business experience we need in our State Legislature. During this period of budget and economic challenges, Elise believes we, as Oklahomans, need a strong, conservative business approach to the operation of government. The future of Oklahoma depends on the building up of strong families, business, and education.
Working with TeenPact Leadership Schools in college, Elise taught students in 13 states about how government works and how they can make a difference. Having spent time in other states across our nation, teaching local high school students their state government at their state Capitol, she has seen hands on the condition of other states in our nation. There are a lot of other states in our nation that are worse off economically, socially, and fiscally, but Oklahoma is standing strong. However, we cannot become complacent, it is time to take a stand for conservative, business values in our state. We must make sure that the next generations are able to enjoy the Oklahoma we know and love.
When she ran for the House of Representatives in 2010, Elise led a three-way Republican Primary with 47% of the vote and easily won the runoff, becoming the youngest legislator in Oklahoma history.
Since her election Elise has been interviewed by local and national news outlets, serving as anadvocate for conservative policy and reform. In the Legislature, Elise Hall has helped pass more than 20 government modernization bills that will save an estimated $170 million over seven years, and now she’s working to reform the state income tax to spur Oklahoma’s economic growth.
Since being elected in 2010, Elise continues to remain active in her community, across the nation, and graduated with her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma with a degree in Marketing.
Elise is a member of Bethany First Church of the Nazarene where she also serves on the board.
When the legislature is not in session, Elise and her sister, Molly, own and operate The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen, and provides marketing services to individuals, nonprofits, and small businesses.
Elise’s goal is to be of service to her district, the district she has grown up in, her home!