Sean R. Aiello

Sean R. Aiello

Sean R. Aiello

Republican incumbent for Williamson County Commission, District 11

Age and occupation: 32, attorney at Schell & Oglesby, LLC in Franklin

Education: Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2012); Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center (2015); graduate degree in comparative law

Family: Wife, Savannah Aiello; parents, Laurel and T.J. Aiello; grandparents, Iain and Peggy Macpherson

Community/civic affiliations (church, nonprofits, etc.): Member at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; legal counsel for the Williamson County Republican Party; Middle Tennessee governor of the Tennessee Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division; president of the Williamson County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division; member of the Franklin Downtown Neighborhood Association; member of the Federalist Society

Have you ever held public office? I’ve been county commissioner in District 11 since 2018.

What will be your top three priorities be during your four-year term? 

1. Reducing government waste

2. Keeping taxes low

3. Demanding quality education

What is the biggest challenge facing Williamson County? How would you solve it? 

The responsible management of financial and human resources is the most significant challenge facing the governance of Williamson County. Our local law enforcement officers, emergency services employees, educators, judicial staff and municipal management directors and workers are our county’s most valuable resource and are what make our Tennessee community stand above all others.

As the legislative body of the county, the commission is tasked not just with the management of county roads, property and zoning, but importantly also funding and directing the efforts of our county’s departments and their employees.

Maintaining a balance between these competing demands and preventing government bloat requires a knowledgeable and steady hand focused on sustainable and fiscally responsible financial management.

As I enter my second term in office, I will continue to vote against measures requiring property tax increases and resolutions needlessly increasing our financial obligations for projects better suited for private sector financing and will continue my pursuit of innovative funding solutions, critical examination of the county’s spending practices and support of our workers.

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