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Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott is the Conservative and Unionist Party candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent.

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Matthew Richard Scott is an English politician, and the current Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent, representing the Conservative Party. He was elected to the post on 5 May 2016 and re-elected in 2021. Before his election to the role of police and crime commissioner he worked for Conservative MP David Evennett as his office manager, and served as a councillor in Bexley from 2006 to 2010. Scott, whose father and brother have both been serving police officers, was chosen as Kent Conservatives' PCC candidate in October 2015.

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Matthew Scott's Elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Kent Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent Conservative and Unionist Party (Results due after 02 May 2024) Position not available
2021 Kent Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent Conservative and Unionist Party Elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2016 Kent Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent Police Conservative and Unionist Party Elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2015 Leyton and Wanstead: UK Parliamentary general election Conservative and Unionist Party 8,939 votes (not elected) 2nd / 6 candidates

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