TLRPAC Endorses the Re-Election of State Rep. Dan Huberty in House District 127
FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION—June 25, 2015
Contact: Lucy Nashed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Lucy Nashed
June 25, 2015
(Austin, TX) – Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC issued the following statement today announcing its endorsement of the re-election of State Representative Dan Huberty in House District 127.
“State Rep. Dan Huberty is a committed conservative and a respected and influential Member of the Texas House. As a businessman, Rep. Huberty understands the importance of lawsuit reform in creating jobs and keeping the Texas economy strong while insuring that our civil justice system is balanced and fair. During his three terms in the Texas Legislature, Rep. Huberty has demonstrated both leadership and policy expertise. TLRPAC is proud to endorse him.”
First elected in 2010, Rep. Huberty serves on the State Affairs Committee as well as on the Public Education and Calendars committees. He is a consultant who works with both large corporations and small companies to improve their sales processes. His expertise has allowed him to consult across a variety of sectors, from oil and gas to local real estate. He is the former Executive Vice President for SP Plus Corporation and has also served as a Vice President for a natural gas fueling company.
Active in his community, Rep. Huberty is a board member of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce. He also works closely with the Kingwood Chamber of Commerce and the Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Humble Intercontinental Rotary Club.
Dan and his wife Janet live in Walden on Lake Houston with their three children, Brianna, Ryan and Dylan. They are active parishioners at Saint Martha’s Catholic Church. House District 127 is in Harris County.
TLRPAC is the political arm of Texans for Lawsuit Reform, the state’s largest civil justice reform organization. TLR is a bipartisan, volunteer-led coalition with more than 18,000 supporters residing in 869 Texas communities and representing 1,266 different businesses, professions and trades. Follow TLRPAC on Facebook and @tlrpac.
Pol. Adv. paid for by Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC