Published: 07:00, 08 June 2017 |
Tracey Crouch has been reelected as MP for Chatham and Aylesford.
She received 25,587 votes - 10,000 more than Labour candidate Vince Maple who received 15,129.
Miss Crouch said: "I would like to thank the people of Chatham and Aylesford for putting their faith in me for a third time.
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"I look forward to betting back to work tomorrow and representing the people of Chatham and Aylesford."
Turnout in the constituency was 64%, 44,963 people voted out of an electorate of 70,419.
Turnout in 2015 was 62.8%.
One of the spoiled votes included a selfie of a man who cut out his picture and stuck it to the ballot.
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