Elections 2010: Karen Bradley takes Staffordshire Moorlands with 6,700 majority
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TORY Karen Bradley won the Staffordshire Moorlands seat in the General Election 2010 with a majority of 6,700.
The candidate polled 19,793 votes, beating previous Labour MP Charlotte Atkins - who polled 13,104 votes - into second place.
Mrs Bradley is the first winner of a local seat in the Parliamentary elections.
It is a notional hold given the recent changes to the boundaries of the constituency.
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