BECKLEY, W.Va. — Sen. Daniel J. Hall, R-Wyoming, is resigning from the West Virginia State Senate effective Jan. 3 to accept a job as a state liaison with the National Rifle Association. His new duties will encompass multiple states.
“The last nearly eight years I’ve spent serving the citizens of southern West Virginia have been eight of the best years of my life,” Hall said.
“It’s with mixed emotions that I leave to take this job, but I am excited about helping the NRA continue to advance Second Amendment rights for not just West Virginians, but for all Americans.”
Hall was elected to the 9th District Senate seat in 2012. Prior to that, he served two terms in the West Virginia House of Delegates.
He currently serves as Senate Majority Whip and as chairman of both the Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and the Labor Committee…