is a Johns Hopkins educated, Harvard trained medical doctor who was first elected to Maryland General Assembly in 2014 from your area. He is a long-time advocate for social justice reforms as well as fiscal prudence by the government. He has made his mark in the Maryland Assembly by taking up issues that serve the community and not special interests groups. During his first term in office, he has worked across the aisle with both Democrats and Republicans to get a number of important bills passed. He is a small business owner, a resident of Reisterstown, and a father of 2 children. He is running for election to the U.S. Congress in 2020 from the 7th Congressional District of Maryland.
A few examples of Dr. Jay’s Landmark Legislation: