Gary Grant

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Gary Grant
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Gary Grant (R-Rio)

District At-Large
Term Start 2000
Term End 2003
Preceded by John Baker
Succeeded by Brian Wheeler

Biographical Information

Residence Earlysville, VA
Republican Gary Grant ran for the Rio District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors in 2005, losing to Democrat David Slutzky.

Grant was the At-Large Member of the Albemarle County School Board during 2000-2003. In the 1999 election he defeated Corey Carter and Jewel Mason. The At-Large seat was previously held by John Baker. Grant decided not to seek a second term on the School Board in early 2003 after Brian Wheeler had already entered the race as a challenger. Wheeler went on to defeat Linda McRaven in the general election.

As of January 2012, Grant serves on the Board of Trustees of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.[1]

2005 election for Board of Supervisors

Candidate Interview: Gary Grant (Rio District)

Rio Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
David Lee Slutzky (D) 2,878 57.98
Gary Wayne Grant (R) 1,902 38.32
Tom "Dr. J" Jakubowski (I) 177 3.57
Write-In 7 0.14
Candidate Profile Resources
Candidate Gary Grant (R) - Challenger
Office Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Rio District
Election year 2005 election
Logo-small25.jpg Candidate interviews by Charlottesville Tomorrow
Candidate interview transcript
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1999 election for Albemarle County School Board

At-large

Candidate Votes %
Gary Grant 7,449 49.17
Corey Carter 4,381 28.50
Jewel Mason 3,382 22.32

Notes

  1. Web. JMRL - About JMRL, Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, retrieved 9 Jan 2012.