Jane Hunt, 50, has tonight been re-selected as the Conservative candidate for Nottingham South at the 2017 General Election in June.
She previously contested the constituency for the Conservatives at the last General Election, two years ago, and was selected again by local party members.
The majority of Jane’s career was spent in sales management for a multinational telecommunications company.
She now works for an East Midlands MP, as a caseworker, helping thousands of residents each year with complicated and serious problems.
Jane has also been a school governor and councillor.
She has been married to Tim for 24 years, and the couple have two grown up children.
Commenting on her selection, Jane said: “I am over the moon to be given the opportunity once again to become the Member of Parliament for Nottingham South.
“I already have a track record as a local campaigner including for patients wanting reduced QMC car parking costs and Clifton and Wilford residents who suffered from the tram works.
“If elected on June 8th I will continue to be a strong voice for Nottingham in Westminster and will work closely with the Prime Minister to secure the best possible Brexit deal for our city.
“Voters should know this election offers a clear choice between the secure and stable leadership of Theresa May and a chaotic coalition headed by Jeremy Corbyn and others including the SNP.”