Newsmaker: Tony Hall

The former District 7 supervisor has filed papers with the Department of Elections declaring his intent to run for the seat in November. Hall will run against incumbent Sean Elsbernd, who once served as Hall’s legislative aide. Hall is making a run even as he is the subject of a hearing before the Ethics Commission about accusations that he violated campaign-finance laws by using election funds to pay off a loan and for other personal expenses in 2004.Bay Area NewsBoard of SupervisorselectionGovernment & PoliticsLocalPolitics

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