David Gauke has been re-elected as the MP for South West Hertfordshire for the Conservative Party.
Mr Gauke has secured a majority of 19,550 and secured 57.9 per cent share of the vote, which is one per cent above what he secured in 2015.
But Labour made bigger gains with a swing of 9.4 per cent going towards its candidate Rob Wakely - who claimed 25.7 per cent (15,578 votes).
Mr Wakely appeared to benefit from a dropped number of votes for UKIP (-9.4 per cent) with its candidate Mark Anderson finishing in last place with just 2.1 per cent.
Here are the results in full:
David Gauke (Consevrative): 35,128 (57.9%)
Rob Wakely (Labour): 15,578 (25.7%)
Christopher Townsend (Liberal Democrats): 7,078 (11.7%)
Paul de Hoest (Green Party): 1,576 (2.6%)
Mark Anderson (UKIP): 1,293 (2.1%)