Camborne and Redruth

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Camborne and Redruth is a Parliamentary constituency in the South West of England. It was created for the general election of 2010, with many wards coming from the abolished Falmouth and Camborne constituency.

The current MP is George Eustice (Conservative) who entered Parliament in 2010.

2017 General Election

Candidates:

Further information about candidates including website, social media and contact details can be found at Who Can I Vote For?.

2015 General Election

Candidates announced:

Further information about candidates including website, social media and contact details can be found at YourNextMP.com.

2010 General Election Results

Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative George Eustice 15,969 37.6 +12.0
Liberal Democrat Julia Goldsworthy 15,903 37.4 +1.6
Labour Jude Robinson 6,945 16.3 −12.4
UKIP Derek Elliott 2,152 5.1 +0.3
Mebyon Kernow Loveday Jenkin 775 1.8 +0.9
Green Euan McPhee 581 1.4 N/A
Socialist Labour Party Robert Hawkins 168 0.4 N/A
Majority 66 0.2
Turnout 42,493 66.4 +3.2

Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/election2010/results/constituency/a87.stm

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