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Wayne Noble

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Character Name: Wayne Howard Noble

Nation: United States

Party: Republican

Home State: Texas

Home County: United States of America

Home Media Market: Dallas


Previous Job: WWE Wrestler, HEB Spokesman, Radio Host
Date of Birth: 6/7/1961 (55)
Race / Ethnicity: White (German, Scottish)
Religion: Methodist
Wealth: Upper class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes (previously divorced)

Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing? Class 1 
How many children do you have?: 4


Detailed Bio: Wayne Howard Noble was born in 1955 to Howard and Diane Noble, cattle ranchers fifty miles east of Dallas. Wayne grew up playing football and boxing before graduating high school. He attended the University of Texas from 1983 to 1987, earning a degree in political science while a backup linebacker on the football team. After struggling to find a job after college, Noble auditioned for the WWE and earned a role as "Texas Wayne". After fighting for a decade on the WWE, Wayne retired from the WWE to become the face and a promotor of HEB grocery store chains in Texas. In 2004, Wayne lost his role at HEB after leaked audio caught Noble calling John Kerry "weaker than watered down Big Mac sauce." This led Wayne to a new career in conservative talk radio in Dallas. In 2011, Noble announced he would run for the U.S. Senate to succeed the retiring Kay Bailey Hutchinson. Noble ran a grassroots campaign to defeat Ted Cruz and David DeWhurst in the primaries. He went on to win the genera election that November. 

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On 8/4/2019 at 11:39 PM, Tuna said:

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Character Name: Wayne Howard Noble

Nation: United States

Party: Republican

Home State: Texas

Home County: United States of America

Home Media Market: Dallas


Previous Job: WWE Wrestler, HEB Spokesman, Radio Host
Date of Birth: 6/7/1961 (55)
Race / Ethnicity: White (German, Scottish)
Religion: Methodist
Wealth: Upper class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes (previously divorced)

Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing? Class 1 
How many children do you have?: 4


Detailed Bio: Wayne Howard Noble was born in 1955 to Howard and Diane Noble, cattle ranchers fifty miles east of Dallas. Wayne grew up playing football and boxing before graduating high school. He attended the University of Texas from 1983 to 1987, earning a degree in political science while a backup linebacker on the football team. After struggling to find a job after college, Noble auditioned for the WWE and earned a role as "Texas Wayne". After fighting for a decade on the WWE, Wayne retired from the WWE to become the face and a promotor of HEB grocery store chains in Texas. In 2004, Wayne lost his role at HEB after leaked audio caught Noble calling John Kerry "weaker than watered down Big Mac sauce." This led Wayne to a new career in conservative talk radio in Dallas. In 2011, Noble announced he would run for the U.S. Senate to succeed the retiring Kay Bailey Hutchinson. Noble ran a grassroots campaign to defeat Ted Cruz and David DeWhurst in the primaries. He went on to win the genera election that November. 

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Name Recognition 20
Wealth 40
Charisma 30

 

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