ABOUT MAYOR MARK BOUGHTON
Mark Boughton is currently serving his eighth consecutive term as mayor of the City of Danbury. Boughton, a lifelong Danbury resident, graduated from Danbury High School in 1982 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in History from Central Connecticut State University. He returned to Danbury to earn a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from Western Connecticut State University.
Boughton served in the United States Army Reserve from 1983 to 1989, achieving the rank of Sergeant. In 1987, he decided to explore his passion for education and returned to Danbury High School to teach Social Studies. After experiencing first-hand the deficiencies of Connecticut’s education system, Boughton ran for State Representative of Connecticut’s 138th District in order to take his passion for education and public service to the Capitol. During his three years in office, Boughton achieved a perfect voting record in the General Assembly and served as a ranking member of the Environment and Education Committees.