Julian Ivey at Capital
Delegate Ivey speaking on the floor of the House of Delegates.

Julian Ivey is a lifelong resident of Prince George’s County and District 47. He was the first African American to represent the second ward of Cheverly on its Town Council, and is a proud product of the Prince George’s County Public School System. In his first term on Council, Julian Ivey proposed and passed Sanctuary City legislation while lowering property taxes for working families.

As a State Delegate in Annapolis, Julian has been a fierce advocate for workers rights, expanding social safety-nets, and especially for Prince George’s County. In addition to serving on the influential Ways & Means Committee, Julian was unanimously elected Vice-Chair of the Prince George’s County House Delegation.