I've been in Cambridge today meeting the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, Vince Cable, as he speaks to members of the party and prospective voters as part of his tour.
The Lib Dems targeted the city in the recent general election having lost the seat to Labour's Daniel Zeichner in 2015, by just 599 votes.
The party was hoping to win it back in June this year, but Labour ended up getting a massive swing of support - increasing their majority by over 12,000 votes.
Mr Cable told me that the loss "was very disappointing".
"Julian Huppert was a terrific MP and he will bounce back," he said.
"I have every confidence that the Lib Dems will come back very strongly in Cambridge and the surrounding areas."
He visited Romsey Mill Children's Centre, as local Lib Dem councillors are fighting against County Council budget cuts that could mean the centre closes.