Labour Parliamentary candidate Rosie Cooper was re-elected for a third term to represent the people of West Lancashire.
Rosie retained her seat, increasing her majority by 4,017 to 8,360 beating the Conservatives into second place.
Speaking after her successful re-election, Rosie Cooper said:
"Thank you to the people of West Lancashire for re-electing me to carry on working hard for them.
"I am very privileged and humbled by the increased majority and the trust local people have put in my to represent them to be their voice in Westminster.
"Whist I am absolutely delighted, I'm also determined to continue working hard for the people of West Lancashire and to fight for the Borough's interests.
"When I contacted Rosie it was the first time I'd been in touch with a politician.
"Rosie showed she genuinely cares and wants to help. I'd read articles in which Rosie said she was on the side of local residents. Rosie's actions showed me she is true to her word. Rosie Cooper has my vote on 7 May.”
Sheltered accommodation resident Noel Delaney is backing Rosie Cooper.
"100% support Rosie a great MP."
The Lancashire Older People's Champion Terry Aldridge is backing Rosie Cooper.
"She is fighting for an Older People's Minister"
Older people across West Lancashire deserve better than 15 minute social care visits.
We all know a family member or a neighbour who relies on this day-to-day support to safely stay in their homes and living independently.
Conservative government cuts to council budgets and the pressures on the NHS are creating this unacceptably poor service. Labour has committed to providing extra home care workers and to tackling the scandal of 15 minute care visits.
West Lancashire's older people deserve care, dignity and time.
At this election I am standing on my Record of Delivery with the Promise of More. Read below my pledges to the people of West Lancashire for the 2015 General Election:
1 - FIGHTING TO PROTECT OUR NHS with more GPs and nurses, not cuts to frontline services
2 - CAMPAIGNING FOR A FAIRER DEAL FOR OLDER PEOPLE on pensions, social care and concessionary travel
3 - SUPPORTING HARDWORKING FAMILIES by making work pay, with help on energy bills and childcare
4 - A FUTURE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE with a jobs or training guarantee and affordable housing
5 - PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT for the benefit of all, not exploited for a gain by a few
West Lancashire resident Eunice Woof is backing Rosie Cooper.
"Rosie Cooper works harder than any politician I have ever known.
“She has taken action on so many different issues on behalf of local residents.
"Rosie is thoughtful and considerate of people's problems. Rosie is exactly who we need to represent us here in West Lancashire."
West Lancashire Borough Councillor and Lancashire County Councillor Nikki Hennessy is backing Rosie Cooper.
"She has a proven track record of supporting the most vulnerable in our community."
Immigration is important for Britain but it must be made to work fairly for all of us. Labour’s plans mean immigrants must work here for 2 years before they are eligible for benefits and can’t claim child benefit for children that aren’t here.
We will make work fair by stopping wages being undercut by banning agencies who only hire workers from overseas.
Labour will bring in 1,000 extra border staff along with new fingerprint checks to get a grip of our borders and tackle illegal immigration.
People who rely on public services have a right to expect that staff, like nurses and care workers, can speak English. Labour will make sure that all frontline public sector staff can speak English.
Chris Lloyd, a local businessman and lives in Aughton, is backing Rosie Cooper's campaign.
"As a local business owner I know that Rosie Cooper understands the needs of local businesses here in West Lancashire.
"Rosie appreciates the help and support business needs to grow and thrive. How strong local businesses create jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities.
"We need Rosie Cooper to continue fighting for West Lancashire businesses."