Who We Are

The Clark County Democratic Party (CCDP) is the official governing body of the Democratic Party in the County of Clark. CCDP works in cooperation with the State and National Democratic Committees.

CCDP represents over 367,000 registered Democrats and a population of just over 2 million in the 5 cities and the unincorporated areas of Clark County.

Supporting the CCDP is the single most effective step you can take to continue leading our cities, state and country in a new direction. By fighting for Democratic majorities in the state legislature, protecting our Democratic members and electing new Democrats to Congress, and working to elect a Democratic President, we can keep Clark County and our country moving forward.

Chris Miller, Chair


Chris2Chris Miller is the Chairman of the Clark County Democratic Party.

Chris moved to Nevada 10 years ago and has devoted him time and energy to being active and involved in his community.

The election of Barack Obama and the passage of Prop 8 in California prompted Chris to begin working in politics. He was a member of the steering committee for the 2009 National Equality March in Washington, DC, with close to 250,000 attendees. Chris has served four years as Chair of The LGBT Statewide Leadership Coalition, and Co-Chaired the biennial ‘Equality Days at the Nevada Legislature’ event in both 2011 and 2013.

Chris was elected President of the Nevada Stonewall Democratic Caucus and served as Treasurer of Stonewall Democratic Club of Southern Nevada for four terms.

In 2011, Chris made history as the first openly gay chairman elected to a full 2-year term to lead the Clark County Democratic Party. Chris was elected to his second term in 2013.
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Get Involved

We are counting on you to help us. The CCDP is supported by the contributions of individuals and other groups who are committed to electing Democrats to office both locally and nationally.

Please realize how vitally important you are to maintaining and increasing Democratic majorities in local, county, state and federal governments.  Before you leave, take just a moment to get involved by subscribing to our newsletter, helping us spread the word about an issue you care about, making a financial contribution, applying to become a precinct captain, or volunteering .

Please feel free to contact us to share ideas and to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Thank you for your support.