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How do you find information about your county's elected officials?

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Visit your county website to locate information county elected officials. County websites, such as those of Johnson County in Kansas, Jackson County in Missouri and Wayne County in Michigan, have Web pages devoted to elected officials. Some elected officials have their own websites, such as the Johnson County, Missouri sheriff.

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The website of Johnson County, Kansas, has a Government tab at the top of its home page where you can click on links to view information about elected officials, the board of county commissioners, the county manager's office and other county officials. Click on the Elected Officials link to view the county's current chairman, first district commissioner, second district commissioner, district attorney and sheriff. The entries show the officials' names and contact information.

Jackson County, Missouri, also has an Elected Officials link under its Government tab. The link shows both photos and names of the six representatives of the county legislature, the county executive, the county prosecutor and the sheriff. The Elected Officials link on the Wayne County, Michigan, website shows the Wayne county clerk and Wayne county Treasurer, among other officials.

The sheriff of Johnson County, Missouri, has a website where county residents can view information about county patrol officers and the sheriff's S.W.A.T. team.

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