TFRW Woman of Distinction – February 2021
Our February TFRW Woman of Distinction is The Honorable Candy Noble.
Re-elected to represent District 89 in the Texas House of Representatives, Representative Candy Noble began serving her second term when the 87th Legislature convened on January 12, 2021. During the 86th Legislative Session, Rep. Noble served on the House Committees on Ways and Means, Human Services, and General Investigating.
Candy also serves as Secretary on the Texas House Republican Caucus Board and is also serving on the Boards of both the Texas Conservative Research Institute and Texas Conservative Coalition.
In her Freshman term, Rep. Noble carried 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 law provides two of Candy’s favorite things: saving innocent lives and saving tax dollars.
In 2019, Rep. Noble was named an “Emerging Leader” by GOPAC. She was one of only 30 Republican state legislators from across the nation to earn this distinction.
Candy is a Past President of Golden Corridor Republican Women. As an active member of her club, she has attended many TFRW Conventions and Legislative Days in Austin and loves spending time with her TFRW sisters. She is an Associate Member of many Collin County TFRW area clubs, and appreciates all they do to keep Texas red.
In 2015 Candy was honored as one of TFRW’s 10 Outstanding Women. In 2016 Candy was elected to serve as the Texas Electoral College’s Chairman and was thrilled to announce that Texas had voted for President Trump.
A strong proponent of education, Rep. Noble has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene and serves on their Board of Trustees.
A 27-year resident of Collin County, Candy has been married to Robert for 37 years and they live in Lucas where they are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church. They have three daughters, three sons-in-law, and eight grandchildren.