After Kingwood Republican Dan Huberty won his first House race in 2010, his legislative colleagues quickly learned what his constituents already knew: the former chairman of the Humble ISD School Board was smart, knowledgeable about school finances and fairly serious on substantive issues of the state. work with anyone, Republican or Democrat, to get things done. Calling him an overwhelming choice for “Rookie of the Year,” Texas Monthly noted that he was “self-confident, hardworking and willing and able to handle tough issues.”
He then chaired the House Education Committee and championed the historic reform of the Texas school financial system in the last session.
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