AIC Legislative Staff

Please contact one of the following individuals regarding AIC legislative issues:
 
 

David Bottorff, Executive Director

As Executive Director, David is a registered lobbyist in the State of Indiana and is highly involved in the association's legislative activities. In addition to handling policy matters on behalf of all AIC affiliate groups, David oversees staff lobbying activity both during and outside of the legislative session. David also is AIC’s primary contact working with the National Association of Counties (NACo) on federal policy matters.  

Ryan Hoff, Director of Government Affairs and General Counsel

Ryan is a registered lobbyist in the State of Indiana, promoting the legislative interests of several AIC affiliates including county commissioners, county councils, county auditors, county treasurers, county surveyors, county recorders and county assessors. Ryan covers a wide range of policy arenas on behalf of these members including transportation, annexation reform, local tax flexibility, tax compliance, local government process matters, property tax assessment rules, drainage, and government procurement.

Ryan also facilitates the meetings of the AIC Legislative Committee including compilation of the AIC Legislative Platform which provides the basis for AIC legislative interaction with the Indiana General Assembly.

Christine Traina, Director of Planning and Government Relations Associate

Christine is a registered lobbyist in the State of Indiana, promoting the legislative interests of Indiana’s county clerks on behalf of AIC. Some of the policy matters that Christine handles include elections, information technology used by the state court system, and collection of fees associated with court filings.

Jacque Clements, Director of Professional Development and Corporate Relations

Jacque is a registered lobbyist in the state of Indiana and addresses policy issues for the county coroners. As a former county official and state legislator, Jacque also is instrumental in providing policy research on local government budgeting and tax compliance issues.

 
 
 

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Did you know the AIC hosts an essay contest for fourth grade students across Indiana? One student in each of AIC's six districts will win $100 and will be invited to attend their respective district meetings to read their essays and receive their awards.

The essay focus is 'How Does Your County Provide Cybersecurity.' The deadline for students, teachers, or parents to return essays is February 19, 2020.
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Did you know the AIC hosts an essay contest for fourth grade students across Indiana?  One student in each of AICs six districts will win $100 and will be invited to attend their respective district meetings to read their essays and receive their awards.

The essay focus is How Does Your County Provide Cybersecurity. The deadline for students, teachers, or parents to return essays is February 19, 2020.

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