Secures spot on the November ballot for the 31st Middlesex District seat
Torres, Scammon & Day founding partner Michael Day won the primary election and is now the Democratic nominee for Massachusetts State Representative of the 31st Middlesex District (Stoneham and Winchester). Day, a Stoneham resident and father of three, said, “I am honored to have received the support of the voters in Stoneham and Winchester and I am excited to continue my campaign. With your continued support I will bring a forceful voice to the State House, where I will advocate for the proper funding of public schools, increased economic opportunities for all, and work to strengthen the partnerships between our local and state governments so that our communities continue to grow stronger.” Day defeated Michael Bettencourt in the primary and now faces Republican Caroline Colarusso in the November election.
His law partners, Kristen Scammon and Steven Torres, said they are proud to support Mike in his bid for State Representative. Scammon said, “With more than a decade of experience representing individuals and businesses in Massachusetts state and federal courts, Mike is well positioned to advocate for the residents of Stoneham and Winchester.” Torres added, “Mike is a passionate and dedicated individual who works tirelessly on behalf of his clients and will do the same for his constituents.”
About Michael Day
An experienced attorney, Day represents clients in all manner of civil and criminal matters, from complex business disputes to defamation claims to employment counseling and litigation. Prior to starting Torres, Scammon & Day, Michael worked for nearly ten years as a trial attorney with the firm of Mintz Levin in Boston. He also served as a Special Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County.
As co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Committee, Michael reviews legislation proposed in the State House and calls attention to issues ranging from the right to privacy and freedom from government interference to free speech and voting rights. He is finishing his sixth year as a member of the Board of Directors of Parents Helping Parents, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of child and domestic abuse and is an elected member of the Stoneham Town Democratic Committee.