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Anne Main

Anne Main was a Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in St Albans constituency in the UK Parliament elections. They received 22,574 votes.

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Anne Margaret Main is a Conservative Party politician who formerly served as the Member of Parliament for St Albans in Hertfordshire. She was elected at the general election of 2005, and was re-elected in 2010, 2015 and 2017. She lost her seat to Daisy Cooper, a Liberal Democrat, at the 2019 general election.

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Previous Elections

Date Election Party Results
2019 St Albans: UK Parliament elections Conservative and Unionist Party 22,574 votes (not elected)
2017 St Albans: 2017 General Election Conservative and Unionist Party Elected unopposed
2015 St Albans: UK Parliament elections Conservative and Unionist Party Elected unopposed
2010 St Albans: UK Parliament elections Conservative and Unionist Party 21,533 votes (elected)

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