Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – (HUMBLE, TX) –State Representative Dan Huberty issued the following statement upon filing for re-election to State Representative, District 127:
“Our area was hit hard by Hurricane Harvey and then devastated by the release of upstream floodwaters by the San Jacinto River Authority, just as our neighbors to the west took a one-two punch with a knockout blow from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers releases from Addicks and Barker Reservoirs. The people of our District demand accountability from these entities and I’m committed to making this a priority,” Huberty said.
Huberty kicked off his re-election campaign with a strong show of support from grassroots Republican Party leaders, including early endorsements from: SD4 Chairwoman Alice Rekeweg; SREC Member Will Robbins; HCRP Precinct Chairs Terrance Boggs, Kaaren Cambio, James Ellis, Alan Higginbotham, Donna Hilsher, George May, James McDowell and Jeremy Reed; Kingwood Area Republican Women’s Club President Janie Branham and Vice President Patricia Morlen, Lake Houston Pachyderm Club President Chris Parker and Vice President Erica Johnston and many more.
“I am proud to have the support of these great community leaders,” said Huberty.
“It has been my honor and privilege to serve the taxpayers of District 127 for more than six years. This election gives me one more chance to getting back out on the campaign trail to talk to the voters, and ask for the opportunity to continue to serve them in the Texas Legislature.”
First elected to the Texas House in 2010 Huberty has seen successes ranging from public education to annexation, power generation to tax relief for small business. In 2017, he was named the Chairman of the House Public Education Committee.
“As the Chairman of the Public Education Committee, we made great progress serving the 5.3 million children in Texas public schools. The passage of HB 21 (85R) was the first step toward finally addressing public school finance and I look forward to returning to Austin to continue work on this critically important issue,” Huberty concluded.
To learn more about the Dan Huberty campaign please visit www.DanHuberty.com