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General Election 2019: Conservative Richard Bacon re-elected in South Norfolk




Conservative Party candidate Mr Richard Bacon will return as the Member of Parliament for South Norfolk.

The former journalist received 36,258 votes, increasing his majority from the last general election in 2017.

National exit polls have projected that the Tories will gain enough seats to secure a Parliamentary majority.

Richard Bacon has been re-elected as MP for South Norfolk.
Richard Bacon has been re-elected as MP for South Norfolk.

Labour's Beth Jones placed second, with 14,983 votes.

Chris Brown, representing the Liberal Democrats, came third, with 8,744 votes.

Ben Price, the Green Party candidate, finished fourth, with 2,499 votes.

Meanwhile, Conservative Dr Dan Poulter was re-elected as MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich.


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