Salisbury Lib Dems saw a strong gain in vote share and reclaimed the position of primary challenger to the Conservative party in Salisbury.
With a top-class candidate in the form of Victoria Charleston, Salisbury Lib Dems built a strong and capable team who fought a great, positive, campaign.
In an election day endorsement of Victoria, the former Conservative MP for Salisbury Robert Key said:
“I have lent my vote to Victoria Charleston, who is a very impressive candidate, for a number of reasons.
“I frankly don’t think Boris Johnson is a fit and proper person to be Prime Minister.
“I am ashamed that under a Conservative government we now live in Food Bank Britain.
Over the course of the election campaign, in excess of 70,000 leaflets were delivered, thousands of doors were knocked and hundreds of telephone calls were made. More voters were reached than ever before through social media campaigning.
Victoria was endorsed by several tactical voting sites.
VIDEO: Victoria Charleston explains the Lib Dem manifesto pledges on climate change.