Profile Photo
Mark D. BoughtonREPRepublican American politician
Years of Age
Years of Experience
CTResidence (state)

Mark D. Boughton (born February 20, 1964) is an American politician who was the longest-serving mayor in Danbury, Connecticut's history. He served ten consecutive terms as mayor, from 2001 to 2020. He was the Republican endorsed candidate for governor of Connecticut in 2018, but lost the primary election to Bob Stefanowski. In 2020, Governor Ned Lamont nominated Boughton to serve as commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services.

Voterly's Issue Scores  (1 - 1 of 1)

Below lists the position this politician has taken on a political issue. The star rating represents the politician's prioritization and action on the issue based on data collected by relevant interest groups. Select an issue to view a more in-depth explanation of each rating.

How Voterly Calculates issue scores

Special Interest Group Ratings

Interest Groups That SUPPORT
Interest Groups That OPPOSE
Average Score

Disclaimer: A special interest group's positions on issues are gathered from various reputable sources including the organization's website, social media accounts, press releases, and other public communications. Special interest group politician ratings are provided by Positions and ratings are subject to change and we may experience delays, interruptions, or errors, as a result. If you believe this information is inaccurate, please submit a problem report. Submit Report.

Education4 - 4 of 2
Western Connecticut State University
MEd Psychology
1992 - 1997
Central Connecticut State University
BS History
1983 - 1987
Past Positions1 - 4 of 4
City of Danbury
2001 - 2020
Connecticut State House of Representatives
1998 - 2001
Former Teacher
Social Studies, Danbury High School
1987 - 2001
Served, Sergeant
United States Army Reserve
1983 - 1989
Other Experience1 - 2 of 2
Connecticut Blue Ribbon Commission on Housing and Economic Development
City of Danbury Planning Commission