The campaign to regain a seat in parliament began in Haverhill for Matthew hancock last week.
Mr Hancock, who represented west Suffolk, is hoping to be re-elected in the general election in May.
He began his election campaign in Haverhill, Outside St Mary’s Church, on Saturday, April 4, at 8.30 a.m.
Mr Hancock embarked on what has been called a 100 mile tour of West Suffolk.
Mr Hancock said: “I’ll be travelling throughout West Suffolk to launch my campaign, to listen to constituents, and take our message of more jobs, more Apprenticeships, more broadband, better schools, more accessible GP services, wider roads and fewer potholes to the voters.
“We’ve got to stick to the plan to secure a better future for West Suffolk.”
Mr Hancock also visited Newmarket, Rutland Hotel and attended a Bake Off Event in Mildenhall.
He also visited Lakenheath, Brandon Country Park, Barnham, Hopton, Bardwell and Ixworth,
Mr Hancock will be up against Labour’s Michael Jefferys, the Liberal Democrats’ Elfreda Tealby-Watson, UKIP’s Julian Flood and the Green Party’s Niall Pettitt.