General Election 2017: Anne Main wins St Albans

St Albans MP Anne Main in the House of Commons.

St Albans MP Anne Main in the House of Commons. - Credit: Archant

Anne Main has been reelected as St Albans MP, with 24,571 votes, a majority of 6,109.

She beat off challenges from Daisy Cooper for the Liberal Democrats, Jack Easton for the Green Party, and Kerry Pollard for Labour.

She lost a small amount of votes from the 2015 election, where she secured 25,392.

In this election, Daisy Cooper received 18,462 votes. Jack Easton received 828. And Kerry Pollard received 13,137.

The turnout at this election was 78.5 per cent.


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