Working hard for the Chippenham constituency

We have come a long way since 2010 and the economic mess we inherited from Labour. Now with a growing economy, more jobs, lower taxes and the deficit down we can invest in good schools to help our children reach their potential and a better NHS that will always provide the best care for you and your loved ones.

In Chippenham I have been working hard for months, delivering thousands of leaflets, knocking on thousands of doors and meeting thousands of voters. I have done this because this election is crucial on a national and local level.

Now things get really serious….

On Monday Parliament was dissolved. The Prime Minister went to Buckingham Palace and fired the starting gun for the General Election, his first stop on his campaign bus tour? The Corsham Academy, a great school in this constituency.

In 35 days we face the most important election in a generation. An election that will determine whether or not we can look forward to a better, more secure future. Here is a selection of the media coverage from Monday’s visit:

I am determined to be the local, hardworking and dedicated Member of Parliament that our area needs, with a clear plan for what I want to achieve as our MP.

Ours is one of just 23 seats that the Conservatives need to win form a majority government, and keep Ed Miliband out of Downing Street.

With the Conservatives: David Cameron, strong leadership, a clear and long term economic plan, a better more secure future.

The alternative?

Ed Miliband’s Labour Party, propped up by Alex Salmond’s SNP and who knows who else.

That would mean chaos for Britain. The choice is clear, competence verses chaos and our constituency is on the front line.

I am going to continue to work hard for local residents – there is so much at stake. This election is vital for the future of our country and I look forward to meeting you on the campaign trail in the next few weeks.