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Isadore Hall


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Date Party Office Votes Result
11-04-2008 Democratic AD-52 72895 Win
11-02-2010 Democratic AD-52 48323 Win
11-06-2012 Democratic AD-64 100446 Win
12-09-2014 Democratic SD-35 17951 Win
11-08-2016 Democratic CD-44 85289 Loss

Candidate Biography:

Isadore Hall III
Born: December 10, 1971 in Compton, CA
University: University of Southern California (EML, 2011)

Previous: Senior Analyst, Lynwood Unified School District
Previous: Member, Compton Unified School District Board of Trustees
2003-2008: Member, Compton City Council
2012: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
2017-Present: Member, California Agricultural Labor Relations Board

  • PLACENAME: Isadore Hall Drive in the city, City of Compton (dedicated 2015) is named for Senator Hall.
  • LEGISLATION: Author of SR 39 (2015) which found that "Presidential candidates including Donald Trump have unfairly demonized and falsely blamed undocumented immigrant families for a range of problems and challenges facing the United States" and "calls upon the State of California to divest from" and "private businesses and individuals throughout California to end all business ties with" Donald Trump and his companies.
  • Quick Inauguration: Hall was sworn into office at approximately noon on December 10th, approximately 14 hours after the polls closed in the SD-35 special election.


Source: California Legislature Handbook (2009-10), (2011-12)