On September 27, 2017 Conservative Republican Candy Noble announced her campaign for State Representative in House District 89, launching her campaign with support from hundreds of citizens and prominent conservative leaders from throughout the district, Collin County, and North Texas.  Since that time, she has knocked hundreds of doors to meet voters, hear their concerns, and earn their support.

Upon her announcement, Candy said, “I care deeply about our state and nation, and I’m willing to stand up and fight for the future of my kids and grandkids. We must make the hard decisions to ensure that Texas enjoys a prosperous future. I will be guided by my core beliefs of limited government, dedication to fiscal responsibility, and an unshakable commitment to protect the unborn.”  She continued, “Texans deserve property tax relief, quality education, limited regulations which ensure a strong economy, a secure border, and protection of our second amendment freedoms and religious liberties. I am excited about the opportunity to serve as a conservative voice for these principles, and honored to have such strong, distinguished support.” 

Candy Noble is a twenty five year resident of Collin County who has spent decades working to promote conservative solutions for our community. She has spent the last seven years serving the citizens of Senate District 8 on the State Republican Executive Committee, where she serves on the Officials Committee and is Chair of the Resolutions Committee.  Locally, she serves as Parliamentarian of the Collin County GOP.  During recent legislative sessions she has been a volunteer advocate for conservative legislation including limited spending, religious liberty, and protecting the unborn.

Candy Noble and Governor Greg Abbott

Governor Greg Abbott appointed Candy to serve the state of Texas on the Texas Juvenile Justice Board, where she serves on the Trust Committee and on the Executive Committee.

Most recently Candy served as the Texas Electoral College Chair, and had the honor of announcing that the Texas Electoral College delivered President Trump the final votes needed for official victory.

An active community volunteer, her past service included service on the Collin County CPS Board and on the Collin County Parks and Open Spaces Board.

Candy has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, she serves on the Hardin-Simmons University Board of Development, and had the honor of serving on the University’s recent Presidential search committee. 

Candy has been married to her husband Robert for 34 years and they live in Lucas. They have three grown daughters, three sons-in-law and five grandchildren, ages six and under.  Candy and Robert are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church.