All of Indiana's 92 counties are members of the AIC. Membership consists of entire counties rather than individual office holders. They can be urban, suburban, or rural counties. Their sizes range from Marion County, with a population of over 750,000 to Ohio County, with a population of slightly more than 5,000.
The AIC membership is made up of most county elected offices. Click here
to learn which offices the AIC represents.
The AIC membership is divided into six districts
. District officers
represent all affiliate office holders in their districts on the AIC Board of Directors. The AIC holds six district meetings each spring following the conclusion of the Indiana General Assembly session. New officers are elected each year at district meetings.
to learn who represents you on the AIC Board of Directors.
to learn which district represents your county.