The Conservative Party has held the Surrey South West Parliamentary seat, which includes Hambledon.
Jeremy Hunt was returned to Westminster as MP, but with a reduced majority. The Liberal Democrat candidate came second, with an increased share of the vote.
The result was:
Jeremy Hunt, Conservative, 32,191 votes, a majority of 8,817.
Paul Follows, Liberal Democrat, 23,374 votes.
Tim Corry, Labour, 4,775 votes.
The Conservative share of the vote compared to the last election was down by -2.4 per cent. The Liberal Democrat share was up by +28.9 per cent and the Labour share was down by -.4.7 per cent.