State Senator Chuck Hall and Representative Garry Mize are now officially on the job as State Senator for District 20 and House District 31 Representative following ceremonies at the Capitol this week.
“I am extremely grateful to the citizens of District 20 for trusting me to be their voice in the Senate,” Hall said. “I’m looking forward to focusing on ways to create more jobs, expand our economy and generate more resources for education, public safety, and other essential, core services.”
Hall is the CEO of Exchange Bank, a local bank serving many families in the community. The Perry legislator says he is looking forward to serving his state and his constituents through his continued commitment to hard work and personal responsibility.
Hall is a fourth-generation descendant of a pioneer family who settled in Perry during the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893, as well as the third generation of a banking family legacy that spans nearly 150 years. He and his wife, Amy, have three daughters and two grandchildren.
Mize is a 1995 Guthrie graduate and is a financial advisor at GMBP Weatlth Management. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children and live in south Logan County.
“Thursday was a wonderful day for me and my family,” Mize said. “We are very honored to have the opportunity to serve the district at the Capitol.”
The full Senate and House will officially convene for an organizational day on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, to certify newly elected members and the First Session of the 57th Legislature reconvenes on Monday, February 4. The deadline for requesting bills for the upcoming session is December 7. Those measures must be filed by January 17.