The Conservatives have secured Watford with a vote of 19,291, a 34.94% share of the vote, displacing Labour and winning the key local seat.
It is the first Conservative victory in Watford since 1992.
Richard Harrington, the incoming Conservative MP, has described his victory in Watford as an endorsement for David Cameron's policies and that people across the UK want the Tories to lead them over the next four years.
Liberal Democrat, Sal Brinton mirrored a national trend of Lib Dem success and came second, with a vote of 17,866.
Current Labour MP, Claire Ward will step down with a vote of 14,750.