David Arconti is serving his fourth legislative term in the Connecticut General Assembly representing Danbury's 109th District. He currently serves as Chair of the Energy and Technology Committee and on the Environment and General Law Committees.
Born and raised in Danbury, David attended and graduated from Great Plain Elementary, Broadview Middle School and Danbury High School. He graduated Cum Laude attaining a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University.
David's family has been involved in Danbury's community for many years. His father David Arconti, Sr., is a Detective in the Danbury Police Department and his uncle Gary Arconti is a Captain in the Danbury Fire Department. Additionally, his cousin Gene Eriquez served as Danbury's Mayor from 1989-2001 and his great uncle Gino Arconti held the position in the early 1970's.
During his tenure in the CT General Assembly, David has developed a deep understanding of the current and the many overall environmental challenges facing our planet, and the need for finding alternatives for clean energy and developing a strong green economy. His passion for clean energy and a green economy has driven many legislative initiatives to move Connecticut forward and toward a more sustainable energy future.
Rep. Arconti is a member of the Danbury Old Timer’s Association and a board member on the Danbury High School Athletic hall of Fame Committee. He has devoted time serving his community on issues impacting children, youth and their families.