Candy Noble

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Candy Noble
Texas State Representative for District 89
Assumed office
Preceded byJeff Leach
Personal details
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Robert Noble
ChildrenThree children
ResidenceLucas, Texas
Alma materHardin-Simmons University
WebsiteCandy Noble website

Candy Noble (born June 10, 1982), is a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives for District 89, which encompasses a portion of Allen in Collin County.[1][2]


Governor Greg Abbott appointed Noble to serve on the Texas Juvenile Justice Board. Her service includes the Collin County CPS Board, the Collin County Parks and Open Spaces Board, and the State Republican Executive Committee. In 2016 Noble served as the Texas Electoral College Chair.[3]

Noble has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas and serves on the university’s Board of Development.[3]


In 2019, Noble introduced House bill 1929 which would prohibit local governments and state agencies from giving tax money to an abortion provider.[4]

2018 campaign[edit]

Noble campaign focused on the issues of providing property tax relief, supporting public education, supporting job creation and a strong economy, ensuring a secure border, and protecting second amendment freedoms and religious liberties.

Committee assignments[edit]

  • House Committee on Ways & Means
  • House Committee on Human Services
  • House Committee on General Investigating

Private life[edit]

Noble has been married to her husband Robert for 35 years and they live in Lucas, Texas. They have three grown daughters, three sons-in-law, and eight grandchildren. They are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Texas House of Representatives : Representative Candy Noble". Retrieved March 7, 2019.
  2. ^ "State Rep. Candy Noble - District 89". Retrieved March 7, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Q&A: Candy Noble is running for Texas state representative, District 89, Community Impact newspaper (Plano edition), March 2, 2018.
  4. ^ Lindell, Chuck. Texas abortion opponents file ‘line in the sand’ bills, Austin American-Statesman, March 7, 2019.
Texas House of Representatives
Preceded by
Jeff Leach
Texas State Representative for
District 89 (part of Collin County)

Candy Noble

Succeeded by