Staffordshire turns blue.

Still buzzing from the news that Stoke on Trent North, Stoke on Trent Central and Newcastle under Lyme all elected Conservative MPs last week. Having all 12 Staffordshire constituencies now represented by Conservative MPs will help our police and fire commissioner to ensure that the crime and safety concerns of Staffordshire residents are championed in parliament.

I am delighted that ten years of hard campaigning across the county and as a parliamentary candidate in Stoke on Trent in 2015 & 2017 has played a part in assuring the majority of voters that they will be safer and better off represented by Conservatives.

I know that all our activists, volunteers and MPs are exhausted so I won't mention the May 2020 elections for PFCC and local councillors in Cannock and Tamworth until the new year.

My objective now is to Get Xmas Done! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2020.

Congratulations to...

Kate Griffiths - Burton & Uttoxter - 14,496 majority

Amanda Milling - Cannock Chase - 19,879 majority

Michael Fabricant - Lichfield - 23,638 majority

Aaron Bell - Newcastle under Lyme - 7,446 majority

Theo Clarke - Stafford - 14,377 majority

Karen Bradley - Staffordshire Moorlands - 16,428 majority

Gavin Williamson - Staffordshire South - 28,250 majority

Jo Gideon - Stoke on Trent Central - 670 majority

Jonathan Gullis - Stoke on Trent North - 6,286 majority

Jack Brereton - Stoke on Trent South - 11,271 majority

Bill Cash - Stone 19,945 majority

Chris Pincher - Tamworth 19,634 majority