Chickasaw County, Iowa
Located in northeast Iowa, Chickasaw County was established in 1851, named after the Chickasaw tribe, which then lived in the southern United States. It's home to nine cities and 12,012 residents.
The County is administered by a five-member Board of Supervisors who are elected for four-year terms. Other elected officials include the Attorney, Auditor, Recorder, Sheriff, and Treasurer.