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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Francis Maude
Candidate for: Horsham
Why I want to be an MP: There is still so much to be done as Horsham's MP. After years of battling, I and Henry Smith brought together a partnership of local authorities and
healthcare providers that stands a real chance of creating an accessible and decent local hospital for NHS patients.
I would love to continue to push this issue and see a new hospital become a reality. We've had recent successes - putting an end to plans for a landfill at Laybrook - but there are other campaigns to see through, ending the clamping nightmare in Jengers Mead for example.
This is the first general election in years where we have a realistic chance of removing Gordon Brown from office - with David Cameron moving into Downing Street.
I want to be part of that and to see my work in heading the Conservatives' implementation team being put into effect.
Marital status: Married with five children
Born: July 4 1953, Oxford
Address: Dial Post
Occupation: Current MP
Interests: Walking, reading, skiing, looking after my dogs, geese and hens.
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