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.

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.