This chapter describes the overlapping focuses of territorial representation of elected officials at the second tier of local government in Europe. It focuses on territorial representation, while briefly exploring other dimensions of political representation focuses. The chapter also describes the representational focuses of second-tier councillors in Europe and presents the multinomial logistic regression model. It attempts to explain the variation in terms of the focus of representation taking into account institutional, party-related and personal variables. The chapter then discusses univariate analysis and exploratory principal axis factoring to describe functional representation among second-tier councillors in Europe. Councillors in committee leader forms are more likely to choose no territorial representation over representing the entire county and less likely to choose forms of territorial representation which involve representing a part of the county. Finally, the chapter explains differences between the main types of local government systems: the strong political leader, committee leader, collective leader and council-manager forms.