Candy Noble is fighting and winning for us:
Stronger Borders, More Secure Communities
Defending the unborn
Property tax relief
Protecting Religious liberties
Quality education for our kids
Ensuring a strong economy
Expanding Second Amendment freedoms
Representative Candy Noble is in her second term in the Texas House of Representatives, where she has quickly emerged as an effective conservative leader. During her first two sessions, Candy has worked to pass major bills to improve border security and election integrity, defend the unborn, protect religious liberties and second amendment freedoms, empower taxpayers, strengthen education, and much more.
Representative Noble’s committee assignments for the 87th Legislative Session include the House Committee on Human Services and the powerful Ways & Means Committee. Rep. Noble also serves on the Resolutions Calendars Committee.
First elected in 2018, Candy was elected by fellow Republicans to serve as the House Republican Caucus Secretary. She also serves on the Board of the Texas Conservative Coalition and on the Board of the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute, where she works to promote conservative legislative solutions.
In her first term, Representative Noble authored and passed a major piece of priority legislation. Senate Bill 22, a bill that protects taxpayers from funding abortion providers and their affiliates, passed and was signed into law by the Governor. This bill has saved taxpayers millions of dollars and also was instrumental in shutting down abortion clinics that depended on tax dollars for their operating expenses.
In 2019, Representative Noble was named an “Emerging Leader” by GOPAC, a national GOP group dedicated to electing the next generation of Republican leaders. She was one of only 30 Republican state legislators from across the nation to earn this distinction that year.
A strong proponent of education, Representative Noble has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene and serves on their Board of Trustees.
A twenty-eight year resident of Collin County, Representative Noble serves the residents of Texas House District 89. This fast-growing area includes some or all of Allen, Copeville, Fairview, Lavon, Lowry Crossing, Lucas, Murphy, Nevada, Parker, Plano, Sachse, St Paul, and Wylie.
Candy has been married to Robert for 38 years and they live in Lucas. They are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church. Candy and Robert are blessed with three daughters, three sons-in-law, and nine grandchildren.