Anne Main re-elected

13th June 2017

Anne Main has been re-elected to parliament with a 6,109 majority, following the General Election of June 8th.

Following her successful campaign, the St Albans MP said, ‘I am delighted to be re-elected as the Member of Parliament for St Albans for the fourth time. 

‘I stood on my record and fought a local campaign. I know the public in St Albans dislike negative campaigning, which was why I was determined to fight a local campaign supported by local people and local issues.

‘I would like to thank all those in St Albans who put their trust in me.  I will of course continue to represent everyone in the constituency, regardless of their views and affiliations, and will endeavour to ensure that their voice is heard.

‘Being re-elected by the people of St Albans was an honour.  Going forward I will be taking to parliament the concerns that people raised on the doorstep, and during the campaign.  I am determined to work as hard as ever for St Albans.  I look forward to taking local issues back to parliament, and ensuring local people are represented by their MP.’

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