Oliver was out campaigning yesterday and over the weekend after he was re-adopted as the Conservative Party's candidate for Hertsmere at the upcoming General Election.
Following the vote by members of Hertsmere Conservative Association, Oliver said: 'I was honoured to be re-adopted as the Conservative Party's candidate in Hertsmere.
'I'm passionate about defending what makes Hertsmere such a special place. It's been a privilege to serve my home area and champion what matters to local residents as the MP over the last two years.
'I've resisted inappropriate developments like the Radlett Rail Freight Terminal and houses dumped on the edge of Potters Bar. I've helped secure a new primary school at Yavneh and new facilities at Dame Alice Owen's in Potters Bar. I've led debates in support of our NHS staff and local small businesses, and spoken out against anti-Semitism.
'As we shape our future after Brexit, I'll use my skills and experience working in Downing Street to get us the best deal.
'The election on 8th June is an opportunity to back me as your strong local candidate and to give Theresa May the mandate she needs to achieve the best deal for all of us.'