Michael Fallon has won a landslide victory in the Sevenoaks constituency, trouncing opposition in a undisputed win.
From a turnout of 69.99%, equalling to 50,362 ballots, Mr Fallon won 28,531 votes resulting in a slightly stronger victory than in the 2010 election.
After the announcement of his victory Mr Fallon said: "Above all, it will be my duty to serve everybody in this constituency, whether they voted for me or not.”
The win strengthens the Conservative position making it increasingly possible for them to form the next government, rivalling Labour who have suffered dearly since the polls closed.
Steve Lindsey for UKIP came runner up with 8970 votes giving Mr Fallon a majority of 19,561.
This was closely followed by Amelie Boleyn for the Green Party with 2238, Alan Bullion for the Liberal Democrats with 3937 votes and Chris Clarke for Labour with 6448 votes.
This came as no shock as the Conservative candidate has held the safe seat since 1999 and betrayed no sign of tension while the votes were being totted up.Mr Fallon entered Sevenoaks Leisure Centre, the location of the ballot count, at 1:30am and appeared relaxed throughout the process.
During adjudications of ballots Mr Fallon remained seated while his opposition were eager to take part in the dispute.
Richard Parry however was more sceptical. He warned: “We are sitting comfortable but it could still go either way.”
This is a significant triumph for the Conservative Party, however the ballots are yet to be counted for the seats on Sevenoaks District Council.
Counting will take place on Friday, May 8 to Saturday, May 9.