Ralph Hall - Candidate For US Congress - Texas District 4

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Ralph Hall - Candidate For US Congress - Texas District 4
First Name: 
Ralph
Last Name: 
Hall
Biography: 
Ralph M. Hall was born in Fate (Rockwall County), Texas, on May 3, 1923, attended the public schools in Rockwall and graduated from Rockwall High School. He joined the U.S. Navy on December 10, 1942, serving as a lieutenant (senior grade) aircraft carrier pilot from 1942 to 1945. Hall attended Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, in 1943; attended the University of Texas, Austin, 1946-1947, and received his LL.B. from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, in 1951. He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1951 and maintained a private law practice in Rockwall for many years.
 
In 1944, he married the former Mary Ellen Murphy. They have three sons, Hampton, Brett, and Blakeley, and five grandchildren.
 
Mr. Hall served as County Judge of Rockwall County, Texas also serving as President of the State Judges and Commissioners Association. He served in the Texas Senate, where he served as President Pro Tempore.
Party Affiliation: 
Republican
Contact Info
Address: 
Ralph Hall For US Congress
102 W. San Jacinto
Rockwall, TX 75807
Survey Responses
Survey Title Survey Responses
Survey - Texas US Congress & Senate Races
AGREE - A) Tighten loopholes in IRCA federal code to promote lawful hiring practices and protect American workers.
AGREE - B) Support local efforts to supplement the enforcement of existing immigration laws where permitted by US Supreme Court rulings.
AGREE - C) Support an effort to make illegal entry into the USA a felony.
AGREE - D) Eliminate the practice of automatic citizenship to unauthorized aliens who give birth on American soil.
AGREE - E) Promote tax breaks to businesses that hire lawful employees and penalties for those found to be hiring illegal aliens.
SEE RESPONSE - F) Strategies for overcoming DHS refusal to enforce our immigration laws (open-ended response).
AGREE - G) Support English-only official documents issued by the Federal government.
AGREE - H) Eliminate federal grants and subsidies for sanctuary cities.
AGREE - I) Support eliminating dangerous and untracked candidates for legal entry into the USA from terrorist-sponsoring nations while providing relief for those suffering under Christian persecution.
AGREE - J) Support legal redress for those victims of identity theft as a result of businesses that fail to practice due diligence in vetting their employees through electronic verification.