Caleb Hall sought the Boone County Democrat Party's nomination for the 2020 special election for Missouri's 45th House District. As a candidate, Caleb prioritized health-care, education, and progressive economic development policy. His proposed initiatives included:
- Implementing Medicaid expansion to direct funds into Boone County to support healthcare workers, and patients.
- Restoring full funding to Missouri's K-12 schools, and increased support to the University of Missouri.
- Protecting public education from being undermined by unnecessary taxpayer giveaways.
- An earned income tax credit for Missouri's working families.
Caleb is an attorney within Missouri’s Office of the Public Counsel, where he fights for utility customers’ rights to pay only just and reasonable rates before the Missouri Public Service Commission. Caleb joined the Office because of his commitment to advocate for poor and elderly customers, while holding others and himself accountable.
Prior to joining the Office, he worked for both the majority and minority caucuses in the Missouri House of Representatives as a legislative analyst. As an analyst he wrote legislation, advised representatives, and staffed multiple committees. Caleb moved to Mid-Missouri following law school and a childhood spent camping in Missouri’s Ozark hills.
In his free time, Caleb likes to spend time in the outdoors with his partner, mushroom hunting, hiking, and running. Caleb also donates his time as a commissioner on the City of Columbia’s Tax Increment Financing Commission, and board member at the Greenbelt Land Trust of Mid-Missouri.