At the 2005 General Election he was elected with the biggest majority in the Constituency since the 1987 Conservative landslide.
In 2010, he was re-elected with the biggest majority in the history of the seat and 61% of the vote.
At the 2015 General Election, he was returned for a second time with a majority of 50%, one of the largest majorities in the country.
In 2017, he was re-elected with the highest number of votes in the history of the Constituency.
In 2019, he was re-elected with the largest majority in Berkshire.
Having joined the Party in 1990, Adam is an experienced Conservative activist. During his time he has stuffed envelopes, delivered leaflets, surveyed, door-knocked and canvassed. He has run supporters' clubs, chaired Conservative Party branches, and spoken at Conservative Party Conference on several occasions.
He lives in Old Windsor with his wife, Tracy-Jane, and 5 children. He frequently attends our events and holds 'Meet your MP' sessions for residents .
Adam has a wide range of parliamentary experience over the years and the positions he currently holds are as follows:
- Prime Minister's Trade Envoy to Guinea (2017 to present)
- Prime Minister's Trade Envoy to Ghana (2016 to present)
- Patron of the Parliamentary Space Committee (2016 to present)
- Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Technology (2015 to present)