Adam Afriyie has been the Conservative MP for Windsor since 2005.
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.
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 for members and holds 'Meet your MP' sessions with residents across the Constituency.
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)