I have been an experienced and successful Aiken businesswoman for 30 years. I am the founder and operator of two restaurants and a catering business: Stop Light Deli, It’s All Good deli and catering. I have proven experience in leading a team, managing large projects, budgeting, negotiations, and engaging with the public. This experience required critical thinking and problem solving skills.
I’ve been privileged to serve on several boards: Mead Hall, Aiken Steeplechase Association, The Palmetto Golf Club’s Women Golf Association, and as a volunteer at ACTS.
I am a long-time member of St. Thaddeus Episcopal church. I enjoy the beach, walking with my beloved dog Buddy, playing golf, and living in Aiken.
Historic preservation, when rightly understood and properly applied, is a critical element of economic vitality.
Aiken is unique. Its distinction-both in its natural beauty and its architecture-creates a special harmony with no parallel. Preservation and enhancement of our rare surroundings require constant effort and attention by the public and civic leaders. The best results will come from decisions founded on broad, open public discussion and study. Narrow interests and secretive decision-making will never serve the public good.
To accomplish these goals we need strong vision and consistent leadership. These are qualities that Teddy Milner will bring.
Aiken is loved by many people, both its natives and those who have moved here. Its citizens deserve to have a mayor who will welcome their ideas, their concerns, and their solutions. A genuine interest in the views of Aiken citizens is a key quality for the mayor of Aiken. Such interest, combined with personal accessibility and decision making strength give Teddy Milner the qualities to lead.
Who can ignore the loud groans of disappointment from concerned Aiken citizens? Dissatisfaction, doubt, and suspicion are common reactions to zoning, planning, and preservation policies and decisions. Many feel that complex requirements imposed upon small businesses inhibit desirable growth. Teddy understands all these concerns first hand.
Your votes in the primary and the runoff made me your Republican nominee
for Mayor. But the general election is November 7th and I need you all to
come out and VOTE AGAIN to get me over the finish line!
MY NAME WILL BE THE ONLY ONE ON THE MAYORAL BALLOT!
Early voting is through Friday, November 3 at 1930 University
Parkway, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Election day voting is Tuesday, November 7 at the polling places shown
below, 7:00 AM – 7:00PM.
All Aiken County registered voters who live in the City may vote – both
Republicans and Democrats and regardless of whether you did or did not
vote in the primary or runoff.
Precinct #1 St Johns Methodist Church
Precinct #2 Lessie B. Price Senior & Youth Center
Precinct #3 Aiken High School
Precinct #4 Schofield Middle School
Precinct #5 St. Mary’s Smith Hall
Precinct #6 Odell Weeks Center
Precinct #11 China Springs Center Fire Substa�on
Precinct #13 Mercy Church
Precinct #20 Aiken Elementary School
Precinct #22 Montmorenci First Bap�st Church
Precinct #35 USC-Aiken Convoca�on Center
Precinct #46 Lessie B Price Senior & Youth Center
Precinct #47 Odell Weeks Center
Precinct #52 Kennedy Middle School
Precinct #53 Mercy Church
Precinct #57 East Aiken School of the Arts
Precinct #60 Aiken Elementary School
Precinct #66 St. Paul Lutheran Church
Precinct #69 Millbrook Bap�st Church
Precinct #70 South Aiken High School
Precinct #72 Aiken Electric Coopera�ve
Precinct #76 Living Hope Church
Precinct #77 Aiken Elementary School
Precinct #79 South Aiken High School
Precinct #83 Kennedy Middle School
Barrier Free (only) 1930 University Pkwy Suite 1200
Election Day voting is 7:00 AM – 7:00 pm, Tuesday
November 7 at these polling places.
All Aiken County registered voters who live in the
City may vote – regardless of party affiliation and
no matter if did or did not vote in the primary or
Please make a plan to vote for accountability,
integrity, and transparency in government!