Nevada Democratic Party
Politics of the United States
The Nevada State Democratic Party (NSDP) is the affiliate of the Democratic Party in the state of Nevada. It is headed by state chairman Roberta Lange.
Read more about Nevada Democratic Party: History, Convention Platform, Party Structure, Current Democratic Officeholders, Nevada Democratic National Committee Members, County Chairs (ex Officio), Controversy, References
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