|Texas State House, District 127|
|2011 - Present|
|January 13, 2015|
|Years in position||2|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 6, 2012|
|Next election||November 4, 2014|
Huberty was given the "Rookie of the Year" award by Texas Monthly Magazine for his performance in the 82nd Legislative Session. Remarking on Huberty's notable record during his first session, Humble Independent School District Superintendent Dr Guy Sconzo said “This was the largest class of freshman legislators in Texas ever." Sconzo also noted that Huberty “passed more legislation than any other freshman legislators.” 
- BA, Business Administration, Cleveland State University, class of 1991
- MBA, Business Administration, University of Phoenix, class of 1998
- Vice president, Clean Energy Fuels, 2009-present
- Vice president, Ampco Systems Parking, 2000-2006
- President, Humble Independent School District, 2009-2010.
- Trustee, Humble Independent School District, 2006-present.
- Associate member, Kingwood Area Republican Women
- Associate Member, Lake Houston Shores Republican Women
At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Huberty served on the following committees:
|Texas Committee Assignments, 2013|
|• Public Education|
|• State Affairs|
Huberty served on the following Texas House of Representatives committees:
|Texas Committee Assignments, 2011|
|• Public Education|
|• State Affairs|
- Supports tools such as, “zero based budgeting and revenue caps [to] help enforce fiscal discipline.”
Controlling the Border
- Supports Texans controlling the border in the absence of federal willingness.
- Opposes cities adopting sanctuary policies.
- Supports sending aid to border sheriffs and providing state DPS resources to the area.
- Supports passage of a strict voter ID law.
Lowering Property Taxes
- Supports, “meaningful property appraisal caps or true statewide revenue caps for all levels of government.”
Improving Public Education
- Supports high standards and accountability to those standards as, “the hallmark of a good public school.”
- Supports, “limiting administration and bureaucracy, letting classroom teachers teach and rewarding excellence.”
- Believes locally-elected school boards, principals, teachers and parents are in the best situation to make decisions affecting our students.”
Growing the Economy and Creating Jobs
- Supports, “relatively low taxes and sensible regulation” as keys to Texas’ economic successes.
Accountability for State and Local Government
- Supports high standards of political accountability, beginning with real ethics reforms.
Huberty won re-election in the 2012 election for Texas House of Representatives, District 127. Huberty defeated Bobby Jordan in the May 29 primary election and defeated Cody Pogue (D) in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
|Texas House of Representatives, District 127, General Election, 2012|
|Republican||Dan Huberty Incumbent||70.2%||45,813|
|Texas House of Representatives District 127 Republican Primary, 2012|
|Dan Huberty Incumbent||90.3%||11,117|
Huberty won election to Texas House of Representatives District 127. He defeated Susan Curling in the April 13 Republican primary runoff. He went on to defeat incumbent Democratic candidate Joe Montemayor in the November 2 general election.
| Texas House of Representatives, District 127 |
2010 General election results
|Dan Huberty (R)||37,725||75.25%|
|Joe Montemayor (D)||12,406||24.74%|
Campaign donor information is not yet available for this year.
Huberty raised a total of $454,284 in 2010. Below are his top 5 campaign contributors in the 2010 election:
|Perry, Bob J.||$37,500|
|Texas Parent PAC||$19,763|
|Texas House Republican Leadership Fund||$12,500|
Empower Texans Fiscal Responsibility Index
Empower Texans produces the Fiscal Responsibility Index as "a measurement of how lawmakers perform on size and role of government issues." The index uses "exemplar votes on core budget and free enterprise issues that demonstrate legislators' governing philosophy." Legislators are graded along a standard grading scale, receiving grades A through F based on their performance during the legislative session.
Dan Huberty received a grade of B on the 2011 Fiscal Responsibility Index.
- 2011 Taxpayer Advocate. Huberty was named a "2011 Taxpayer Advocate," which is "An award presented to by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility to legislators based on their strong rating on the most recent Fiscal Responsibility Index."
Huberty and his wife, Janet, live in Walden on Lake Houston with their three children, ages 10, 8 and 6. They are members of Saint Martha's Catholic Church.
Community Service and Involvement
- Board Member, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce
- Board Member, Be An Angel Foundation
- Member, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce
- Member, Kingwood Chamber of Commerce
- Member, Knights of Columbus
- Dan Huberty House member page
- Dan Huberty campaign website
- Project Vote Smart - Dan Huberty biography
- Dan Huberty's Facebook profile
- Dan Huberty's Twitter page
- Official Campaign Contributions
- Follow the Money - 2010 contributions to Dan Huberty
- ↑ The Humble Observer, "Huberty provides legislative review", August 10, 2011
- ↑ Texas GOP list of candidates for 2012 Elections
- ↑ Office of the (Texas) Secretary of State, "Race Summary Report," accessed July 12, 2012
- ↑ Official Texas Election Results
- ↑ Follow the Money - 2010 Campaign contributions
- ↑ Empower Texans, "Fiscal Responsibility Index"
- ↑ Empower Texans, "2011 Taxpayer Advocates
Joe Crabb (R)
|Texas House of Representatives District 127
| Succeeded by|
State of Texas
|State executive offices||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Secretary of State | Attorney General | Comptroller | State Auditor | Commissioner of Education | Commissioner of Insurance | Commissioner of Agriculture | Commissioner of General Land Office | Chairman of Workforce Commission | Chairman of Public Utilities | Chairman of Railroad Commission |
Public Information Act | Transparency Checklist | Government corruption reports | Transparency Legislation | Open Records procedures | Transparency Advocates | State budget | Taxpayer-funded lobbying associations |
List of Counties |
List of Cities |
Sunshinereview:Texas school districts A - L |
Sunshinereview:Texas school districts M - Z |