FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 01/23/2019
REPRESENTATIVE CANDY NOBLE RECEIVES COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS FOR THE 86th LEGISLATIVE SESSION:
Appointed to House Committee on Ways & Means, House Committee on Human Services and House Committee on General Investigating
AUSTIN – Today, Speaker of the Texas House Dennis Bonnen announced committee assignments for the 86th Legislative Session, appointing Representative Candy Noble to the powerful House Committee on Ways & Means, the House Committee on Human Services, and the House Committee on General Investigating.
In response, Representative Noble issued the following statement:
"I am grateful to Speaker Bonnen for the opportunity to serve the citizens of House District 89 and the people of Texas on three such important committees. As a freshman Representative this is an outstanding opportunity and I appreciate the Speaker’s confidence in me. I am honored to begin the work of the Ways & Means, Human Services, and General Investigating committees as we address the tasks ahead and deliver real results for Texans.”
The House Committee on Ways & Means will be tasked with the important issue of property tax relief. The House Committee on Human Services has jurisdiction over important state agencies such as The Department of Family and Protective Services and oversees programs pertaining to intellectual disabilities. The House Committee on General Investigating has jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to the conduct of and ethical standards applicable to state and local government officers and employees.
A twenty-six year resident of Collin County, Representative Noble is in her first term serving 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. A strong proponent of education, Representative Noble has a degree in Education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene and serves on their Board of Development. Candy has been married to Robert for 35 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.
CONTACT: Tracey Carroll