State Rep. Stephen Harding is proudly serving in his third term as the representative for the 107th General Assembly District covering Brookfield, as well as parts of Bethel and Danbury.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Albertus Magnus college, Harding pursued his law degree at New York Law School in Manhattan, where he was a member of the Criminal Justice Society and Trial Advocacy. After graduation from New York Law, Harding was admitted to the Connecticut Bar and currently operates his own law practice in Danbury.
Harding has served the town of Brookfield in various capacities. He has served on both the Zoning Board of Appeals and Brookfield Board of Education, where he chaired the Board’s Policy Subcommittee. In addition, he is a member of Brookfield Cares, an organization which addresses substance abuse and other mental health issues facing the town and surrounding communities. In youth sports, Harding volunteers as a baseball coach and is an executive board member of the Brookfield Baseball and Softball Association. He has also been a resident of Brookfield for nearly 30 years, where he currently lives with his wife, Kelly, and son, Carter.
He was elected to the state’s House of Representatives in February 2015 through a special election.