Candy Noble will fight for:
Property tax relief
Quality education for our kids
Limited regulations to ensure jobs and a strong economy
Second Amendment freedoms
A twenty-six year resident of Collin County, Republican Candy Noble is in her first term serving the residents of Texas House District 89. This dynamic, fast-growing area includes some or all of the following communities: Allen, Copeville, Fairview, Lavon, Lowry Crossing, Lucas, Murphy, Nevada, Parker, Plano, Sachse, St Paul, and Wylie.
Candy Noble announced her campaign for State Representative on September 27, 2017, launching her campaign with support from hundreds of citizens and leaders. Her campaign focused on the issues of providing property tax relief, supporting public education, fighting for jobs and a strong economy, ensuring a secure border, and protecting second amendment freedoms and religious liberties. Throughout her campaign, Candy personally knocked on over 7,000 doors to meet voters, hear their concerns, and earn their support.
This hard work paid off. In March, Candy secured the Republican nomination with a solid margin then went on to win the November general election with almost 60 percent of the vote.
For over twenty-five years, Candy has been an active volunteer at the state and local level. Governor Greg Abbott appointed Candy to serve on the Texas Juvenile Justice Board, where she served until recently. Her long history of service includes the Collin County CPS Board, the Collin County Parks and Open Spaces Board, and the State Republican Executive Committee. In 2016 Candy served as the Texas Electoral College Chair.
A strong proponent of education, Candy has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene and serves on the university’s Board of Development.
Candy has been married to her husband Robert for 35 years and they live in Lucas. They have three grown daughters, three sons-in-law, and eight grandchildren, ages seven and under. Candy and Robert are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church.