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Steven Baker selected as Wycombe’s Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate
Wycombe Conservatives are delighted to announce the selection of Steven Baker to contest the Wycombe Parliamentary Constituency for the Conservative Party at the next general election.
Steven is a professional aerospace and software engineer, bringing with him a wealth of experience from service in the Royal Air Force and work within entrepreneurial businesses.
As a former resident of Walter’s Ash, Steve is looking forward to settling in the Constituency with his wife Beth, a general practitioner. Commenting on his selection, Steve said,
“I am delighted and honoured to be selected to represent the Conservatives in Wycombe. I am a recent entrant to politics, so this represents a victory for a renewed Conservative Party determined to reconnect power and people.”
The Association was particularly impressed by his balanced views, personal drive and tenacity to get the right things done: “I am determined to tackle such issues as the withdrawal of services at Wycombe Hospital and to advance Conservative plans immediately to support our schools and teachers”, Steven said during the Association’s rigorous selection process.
Steven paid tribute to Paul Goodman MP and the other candidates, saying, “It is an honour to follow in the footsteps of an MP as accomplished and well-respected as Paul Goodman. I congratulate the other candidates, all of whom were excellent.”
Steve is a Director of the Cobden Centre, a think tank for bank reform, and an Associate Consultant to the Centre for Social Justice.
I am very much looking forward to working with Paul Goodman MP, Wycombe Conservatives and the people of Wycombe over the coming weeks and, I hope, years.
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