Will Duff represents the 2nd General Assembly District of Bethel, Danbury, Redding and Newtown. He was first elected to the General Assembly in November 2016.
Presently Will is managing the family retail business in downtown Bethel. In his interaction with customers, Will Duff knows the every-day struggles of Connecticut families in today’s economy and strives to improve legislation in many areas to make our state a place that businesses and families will thrive.
While in college Will Duff was elected to the Board of Tax Review. Two years later he was nominated to be Selectman for Bethel and he recently served on the Board of Education. He acquired a reputation of being true fiscal conservative while serving on these boards. As a Selectman Will Duff saw the first tax freeze while on the Board of Selectman for the town of Bethel, co-authored the town ethics code and opposed Lowell Weicker’s State Income Tax and Q.E.D initiative.
For ten years, Will Duff was a member of the Fairfield County Sheriff Department giving him a hands-on knowledge and familiarity of what police officers encounter on a daily basis and what their needs are to work efficiently and effectively.
Leaving the Sheriff’s department to work in the field of information technology as a consultant, giving him invaluable knowledge of today’s new technology based economy and how we use social media to interact with each other, and what legislation is needed to keep us safe and protect us from the criminals who chose to exploit our children.
Will is a lifelong resident of Bethel, and a fourth generation member of his family. Married to his wife Dasha, he is the son of Michael and Sylvia Duff and brother to six siblings.
Will Duff has lived all his life as a resident of this district, attending schools in Bethel and eventually served on a number of boards and commissions including the Board of Selectman and Board of Education.