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The Conservative George Hollingbery had a huge majority in the Meon Valley constituency. He won 31,578 votes, his next closest rival was David Alexander of UKIP on 7,665. He attributed the figures to a huge drop off of Lib Dem votes. After securing the seat he thanked the electorate for giving him a second term as their MP.
Tory Gordon Henderson has seen off a challenge by UKIP to retain his Sittingbourne and Sheppey seat.
Mr Henderson polled 24,425 votes - and a 49.5% share.
UKIP polled 12,257 and Labour were third with 9,673.
The Conservatives have comfortably held Gravesham - a traditional 'bellweather' seat that tends to reflect the overall result in the country.
Sitting MP Adam Holloway polled 23,484 votes and secured a 48.6% shared.
Labour were second and UKIP third.
Conservative Rehman Chisti has tightened his grip on the seat of Gillingham and Rainham with a 1.8% increase in his share of the vote.
Mr Chisti pushed Labour into second place, with former MP Paul Clark managing to poll just 12,060 votes - compared with 22,590 picked up by the Tories.
UKIP finished in third place but picked up more than 9,000 votes.
Huw Merriman secured the Bexhill and Battle seat in Sussex for the Conservatives after the departure of Greg Barker.
Mr Baker announced he would not be seeking re-election ahead of the General Election.
Mr Merriman picked up a 54% share with 30,245 votes.
UKIP came second and Labour third.
The MP for Winchester, Steve Brine, has said that he feels flattered to have won the Winchester seat for a second time.
The politician attracted 30,425 votes, almost 17,000 votes more than his closest rival the Liberal Democrat Jackie Porter. Seventy-four percent of the local electorate turned out to the polls to cast their votes.
The re-elected MP for Brighton Pavilion, the former Green Party leader Caroline Lucas has called for a reform of the voting system.
The politician held on to the Green Party's only parliamentary seat, winning 22,871 votes in the Brighton Pavilion constituency. However, more than a million people cast votes for Green candidates - Ms Lucas says that means there is something wrong with our voting system and she called for electoral reform, saying she would ally herself with other parties or organisations calling for change - including UKIP which also has just one MP after winning more than 3.7 million votes.