Bob Seely was elected as the Isle of Wight’s MP in 2017 and is the Island’s incumbent political representative.
He was reselected by the Isle of Wight Conservative Association earlier this year.
In 2013, he was elected as an Isle of Wight councillor to represent Central Wight for the Conservatives. He retained his seat in 2017, but resigned his seat later that year.
At the 2017 general election, he gained 38,190 votes (51.3%) of the total cast. He increased the party’s share by 11%.
He became the sixth member of his paternal family to become a Member of Parliament, and the second to become the Member of Parliament for the Isle of Wight.