Scott Mann has said he is "delighted" to have been re-selected as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for North Cornwall in June's General Election.
The former postman was selected by the North Cornwall Conservative Association's (NCCA) membership after a unanimous vote on the 28th April. This means Scott will stand for re-election as Member of Parliament for North Cornwall on the 8th June, having already served as MP for the area between May 2015 and May 2017.
Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Scott Mann, said:
"I am delighted that I have been re-selected to stand in the General Election on the 8th June to represent North Cornwall in Parliament.
"It has been an honour and a privilege to have served as the Member of Parliament for North Cornwall for two years, and I'm determined to return to the House of Commons in June to continue the work that I started in May 2015.
"Over the next five weeks, I will be travelling all over North Cornwall as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate to speak to as many people as possible about what I have been doing to represent the constituency as well as what the Government has been doing on domestic affairs, the economy, and of course Brexit.
"There are many issues which affect North Cornwall that I have been working on in the past two years, from Brexit and broadband, to housing and transport links, to fairer funding for schools and protecting public toilets.
"But the job is not yet finished, and that is why I want to return to the House of Commons with a mandate from you, the people of North Cornwall, in order to continue this important work.
"As well as the broader issues which I have been working on, my team and I have also helped many people on an individual basis, and since May 2015, we have overseen more than 6,000 pieces of casework for constituents. Residents contact me every day with issues that affect them and their family, and it is hugely rewarding to help resolve these and reach positive outcomes.
"We have made good progress on many of the key local issues in North Cornwall, and I hope I can count on your vote on the 8th June to continue making a difference for you and the people of North Cornwall."
In the 2015 General Election, Scott stood for Parliament while working as a Royal Mail postman and Cornwall Councillor for Wadebridge West. He won the seat with 21,689 votes and a 6,621 majority.