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Delegate Jolene Ivey
Democratic, District 47

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Wikipedia Bio

Jolene Ivey is an American politician who represents the 47th Legislative District in the Maryland House of Delegates.

Delegate Ivey was born of mixed parents but raised by her African American father and stepmother in Washington, D.C. [] She attended LaSalle Elementary School and the Bertie Backus Jr. High in northeast D.C. She graduated High Point High School and then Towson Univer...
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    House Office Building, Room 204 6 Bladen Street
    Annapolis, MD 21401
    Phone410-841-3478
    FAX410-841-3727

Roles

House, session 2007-2010 House, session 2011-2014

News & Blog Coverage

  • Md. leaders to talk gambling -- again (washingtonexaminer.com)
    Jul 15, 2012
    Martin O'Malley on Monday begins a series of meetings with ... said Del. Jolene Ivey, D-Prince George's. "The only way I see it would pass is if the governor personally did the work and made it a priority to call every persuadable delegate," Ivey said.
    Washington Examiner
  • Maryland leaders to talk gambling -- again (washingtonexaminer.com)
    Jul 15, 2012
    Martin O'Malley on Monday begins a series of meetings with ... said Del. Jolene Ivey, D-Prince George's. "The only way I see it would pass is if the governor personally did the work and made it a priority to call every persuadable delegate," Ivey said.
    Washington Examiner

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Votes

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All By Industry

  • Unknown
    $56,421.00
  • Democratic Candidate Committees
    $10,602.00
  • State & Local Govt Employee Unions
    $8,800.00
  • Real Estate
    $3,400.00
  • Police & Firefighters Unions & Associations
    $3,250.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • Friends Of Glenn Ivey
    $6,000.00
  • Service Employees Dc & Maryland State Council 54
    $4,000.00
  • Friends Of Victor Ramirez
    $3,402.00
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