Huberty sworn in as Rep. for State House District 127

Dan Huberty takes the oath of office for State Representative.

AUSTIN – On Tuesday, January 11, Dan Huberty took the oath of office to serve as State Representative for House District 127 in the 82nd Legislature.
“It is an honor to be serving the people of District 127 in the Texas House. I know I have the support of the community behind me and am proud to be a voice for them,” Huberty said. “This session we will be tackling big issues with a projected $27 billion shortfall. Today is the first day of our 140-day long attempt to help fix those problems and I am ready to get to work.”
Family, friends and supporters made their way to Austin for the exciting day.
Accompanying Dan at his desk for the swearing-in ceremony were his wife, Janet, and three children, Brianna, Ryan and Dylan. Sitting only a few feet away were his parents, Dick and Maureen Huberty; his sister Lisa Holden and his cousin, Tom Huberty.

Huberty also asked several of his Humble ISD colleagues to join him on the House floor, including Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo and Trustees Charles Cunningham, Dave Martin and Lynn Fields. City Council Member Mike Sullivan and his wife, Kim, and Constable Ron Hickman were also there to support Huberty.
Kingwood Tea Party leaders Jim and Robin Lennon, Daniel Ledoux, Larry Lane and Gus Faris chartered a bus to depart Kingwood early Tuesday morning. They brought more than fifty constituents to Austin to be a part of the Opening Day ceremonies to support Huberty.
“Janet and I were extremely pleased to have so many of our friends and neighbors here with us on this special day. I believe everyone enjoyed the ceremony and the events of the day,” Huberty said.
Huberty is replacing Representative Joe Crabb who served the community for 18 years in Austin.