The Missouri Association of Counties (MAC), founded in 1972, is a nonprofit corporation established to provide assistance to its member counties in matters pertaining to local, state, and federal government activities.
There are 114 counties in the state of Missouri (only three states have more). The association membership numbers more than 1,400 county elected officials and is composed of presiding and associate commissioners, county clerks/election authorities, recorders, auditors, collectors, prosecutors, sheriffs, assessors, treasurers, public administrators, circuit clerks, and coroners. MAC is a lobbying alliance that represents these local government elected officials, all of whom work to improve services for Missouri taxpayers and citizens.
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