David Wyant (R-White Hall)
Albemarle County Board of Supervisors
|Electoral District||White Hall|
|Preceded by||Walter F. Perkins|
|Succeeded by||Ann Mallek|
|Profession||Civil engineer, farmer
Republican David Wyant served on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors for the White Hall Magisterial District from 2004 to 2007. He is a professional civil engineer and was an official in the National Football League. He was defeated for re-election in November 2007 by Democrat Ann Mallek.
While on the Board, he appointed Duane Zobrist to represent White Hall on the Albemarle County Planning Commission.
Mr. Wyant, a native of White Hall, Virginia, where his family still operates Wyant's Store, is the son of retired Charlottesville city letter carrier A. Clark Wyant.
Since leaving the Board, Wyant has been active in the effort to change the way in which country stores are handled by the County.
In September 2017 it became known that Wyant would take over Wyant's Store. 
2007 election for Board of Supervisors
White Hall Magisterial District
|Ann Huckle Mallek (D)||2,953||55.64|
|David C. Wyant (R) incumbent||2,350||44.28|
|Candidate Profile Resources|
|Candidate||David Wyant (R) - Incumbent|
|Office||Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, White Hall District|
|Election year||2007 election|
|Candidate interviews by Charlottesville Tomorrow|
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2003 election for Board of Supervisors
Wyant won election on November 4, 2003 by receiving 54.42% of the votes cast.
|David C. Wyant (R)||2,186||54.42|
|Eric J. Strucko (D)||1,826||45.46|
|Source: Virginia State Board of Elections|
- ↑ 'Albemarle takes steps to preserve and support country stores', Ben Doernberg, Charlottesville Tomorrow, July 25, 2008
- ↑ Web. Wyant's Store to Reopen in Albemarle County, Spencer Burker, News Article, NBC29, September 8, 2017, retrieved September 11, 2017.
- ↑ 2003 election results for Albemarle County from the Virginia Board of Elections
- ↑ "General Election- November 4, 2003." Virginia State Board of Elections. 23 June 2009 <http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/ElectionResults/2003/nov/003.htm>.