Your Representatives

Aldershot and North Hampshire Conservative Association covers the parliamentary constituency of Aldershot.

Aldershot Constituency has a total electorate of approximately 73,000, a population of around 105,000, and comprises the towns of Aldershot, Farnborough, and Blackwater, as well as the village of Hawley.
 

Member of Parliament

Conservative MP Leo Docherty has represented the constituency as Member of Parliament since June 2017, having been re-elected in December 2019 with a majority 16,698 and 58.4% of the vote.

A former Scots Guardsman, Leo lives in Farnborough with his wife Lucy and their two young children. 

You can find out more about Leo, and his work as our local MP, on his website.
 

Borough/District Councillors

13 wards of Rushmoor Borough Council, as well as the Blackwater and Hawley and (part of) Yateley East wards of Hart District Council, are contained within the constituency - with the vast majority represented by local Conservatives:
 

Rushmoor (Farnborough):

Councillor Diane Bedford
Councillor Jonathan Canty
Councillor Sue Carter
Councillor Rod Cooper
Councillor Peter Cullum
Councillor Veronica Graham-Green
Councillor Lee Jeffers
Councillor Mara Makunura
Councillor John Marsh
Councillor Stephen Masterson
Councillor Marina Munro
Councillor Ken Muschamp
Councillor Adrian Newell
Councillor Mike Smith
Councillor Calum Stewart
Councillor Paul Taylor
Councillor Martin Tennant
Councillor Jacqui Vosper

Rushmoor (Aldershot):

Councillor Charles Choudhary
Councillor Sophia Choudhary
Councillor David Clifford
Councillor Peter Crerar
Councillor Prabesh KC
Councillor Maurice Sheehan
Councillor Bruce Thomas
 

County Councillors

6 full or part divisions of Hampshire County Council are contained within the constituency - again with the vast majority represented by local Conservatives:

Councillor Roz Chadd
Councillor Charles Choudhary
Councillor Rod Cooper
Councillor Roland Dibbs
Councillor Bill Withers Lt Col (Ret'd)

 

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