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Huberty Files for Reelection and Receives Governor Abbott’s Endorsement

HUMBLE, TEXAS – State Representative Dan Huberty filed for reelection to House District (HD) 127 this weekend. “It has been my honor to serve the residents of HD 127 in Austin since my initial election in 2010 and I look forward to returning to the Capitol building to continue to represent them,” Huberty stated. 

Huberty authored and passed monumental public school finance reform in the 86th Legislative Session in the form of House Bill (HB) 3. “HB 3 was the first major rewrite of school finance laws undertaken without the threat of a court order, and it put a stop to decades of patchwork fixes by creating a more equitable public education system,” said Huberty.

Following the filing, Governor Greg Abbott announced his endorsement of Huberty’s reelection bid stating, “As Chairman of the Public Education Committee, Representative Huberty demonstrated incredible leadership by ushering in monumental reforms to our school finance system. Representative Huberty also helped secure property tax reform, and he has proven to be a trustworthy conservative leader. I urge the people of Harris County to join me in supporting him for re-election.”

YOU CAN READ GOVERNOR ABBOTT’S STATEMENT BY CLICKING HERE!

“I thank Governor Abbott for his endorsement, and I will continue to work with him to build a better future for my constituents, and for all Texans,” added Huberty.

Huberty is active in the community. He is a board member of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce; a member of the Knights of Columbus, and the Humble Intercontinental Rotary club; in addition, he is a board member of the Be an Angel Fund.

He and his wife, Janet, have been married 24 years. They live in Walden on Lake Houston with their two sons, Ryan and Dylan, and yellow labs, Rocky and Bullwinkle. Their eldest child, Brianna, is currently living in Lubbock, TX, while she attends Texas Tech University.

To learn more about the Dan Huberty campaign please visit www.DanHuberty.com.

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