Welcome

Thank you for taking the time to visit my new and improved website!  I am appreciative for your interest in the work I do on a daily basis to advocate for and represent the 14th Worcester District.  Since being elected in a special election in 2007, I have taken pride in standing up for working families and vulnerable populations in the Commonwealth.  

In my former career as a social worker for over 24 years, I came to understand the various pitfalls and challenges working families and individuals face across Massachusetts.  It was that rewarding work in my career as a social worker that provided the motivation to put my neck out there and run for State Representative, in the hopes that I could actually make a difference.  I am humbled and grateful that the people of the 14th Worcester District have believed in me enough to re-elect me two times since 2007.  Born and raised in Worcester, I do this work and continue to run for this office because of my love for the Central MA region, the City of Worcester and the Town of West Boylston, in particular.

WORCESTER – Representative James J. O’Day sponsored the annual Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Central Mass Area Citizen's Legislative Breakfast at Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital.
03-27-2015 | Read Full Article
Representative James O’Day Named House Chairman of the Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government
03-06-2015 | Read Full Article
STATE REPRESENTATIVE JIM O'DAY MAKES INAUGURAL LIST OF “CAPITOL CAREGIVERS”: AARP Honors State Elected Officials for Helping Family Caregivers
01-13-2015 | Read Full Article
State Representative Jim O’Day and The Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless Celebrate Passage of the Landmark Unaccompanied Youth Homelessness Bill
01-08-2015 | Read Full Article
Representative James O’Day and Senator Jehlen announce release of Elder Protective Services Commission Report
10-28-2014 | Read Full Article
Representative James O’Day announces MassWorks grants for the Town of West Boylston
10-22-2014 | Read Full Article