Rep. Geoff Luxenberg is honored to serve the 12th District in the Connecticut House of Representatives, where he proudly represents Manchester. He is a member of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding and General Law Committees.

Rep. Luxenberg previously represented Manchester from 2011-15 before seeking and winning re-election again in 2018. Throughout his time at the State Capitol, he has been a tireless advocate for middle- and working-class families in Manchester and across Connecticut.

During the 2023 legislative session, Rep. Luxenberg was co-chair of the Housing Committee, and worked hard to deliver several wins for the 12th District and the state. He led the passage of legislation that protects renters by capping application fees and late fees, shortened the time frame that landlords have to return security deposits to tenants, and increased the fines levied against landlords with code enforcement violations from $250 to $2,000. Additionally, Rep. Luxenberg advocated for the investment of nearly $800 million in the production of workforce and affordable housing and increased funding to address our homelessness crisis as well as green energy upgrades for existing housing stock. Outside of the Housing Committee, as a member of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, Rep. Luxenberg also helped deliver the largest middle class tax cut in Connecticut history and increased tax relief for seniors.

Rep. Luxenberg also delivers for Manchester, including millions in funding for a portion of the Downtown Streetscape project to modernize, beautify and transform downtown Manchester, a new library and repairing the dangerous Woodbridge Street and Oakland Street intersection. As a founding member of the bipartisan Crumbling Concrete Caucus, he has helped secure tens of millions of dollars for the Crumbling Foundations Assistance Fund and helped pass legislation that made improvements to the low-interest loan program, broadening eligibility, granting associations access.

Prior to his service in the legislature, Rep. Luxenberg served on the Manchester Board of Education, where he introduced the first Connecticut municipal level, “Achievement Gap” task force designed to address disparities in educational outcomes, was the former Vice President of the Manchester Foundation for Public Schools and served on the Commission for Elderly Services and People with Disabilities for the Town of Manchester. Rep. Luxenberg has volunteered for Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society, participated in the Manchester Rotary Club, and volunteered at Manchester’s Rebuilding Together community service day.

Rep. Luxenberg is the proud husband to his wife Jessica, and father to his kids, Mack, Zamira and Zoey.