Dan Believes In
Dan Huberty will fight to uphold the Tenth Amendment because he believes Texans, not the Congress or federal bureaucrats, know what is best for our state, our businesses and our families. He wants his children and grandchildren to have the opportunity to grow up and enjoy the quality of life that he has experienced.
Dan Huberty believes we should immediately secure the border to stop illegal entry into our country. Last session he helped to provide $800 million in the state budget for border security, including additional state troopers on the border and voted for new laws to fight and eliminate human trafficking across the border.
Dan Huberty will defend the rights of people to practice religion and for pastors and priests to give sermons without fear of persecution or prosecution. He voted to protect pastors from lawsuits or criminal prosecution if they refuse to perform marriages that violate their sincerely held religious beliefs and he will continue to fight for religious liberty.
Dan Huberty believes we need to eliminate unfunded, unnecessary mandates imposed on local school districts so that more resources will be available for the classroom, where it is needed most to educate our children. As a former Humble ISD Trustee and private business consultant, he uses his experiences to make government more efficient.
Having helped increase the homestead exemption from $10,000 to $25,000, Dan Huberty will continue to fight to lower property taxes so people can afford to stay in their homes or just have more money to spend on their family.
Having served on the boards of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce, and having worked with the Kingwood and the Crosby-Huffman Chambers of Commerce, and as a member of the Knights of Columbus, and the Humble Intercontinental Rotary club, Dan Huberty not only understands the community, but has a record of service in it.