Court of Appeals Vote for or against continuance in office Rita C. Davidson, 52 of 8814 Altimont Lane, Chevy Chase, is an associate judge, Court of Appeals of Maryland. She served as associate judge on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, 1972 to 1979. She was an officer of the governor's cabinet as secretary, Human Resources Department, 1970 to 1972, and chaired both the Governor's Commission on Jobs for Veterans and the Governor's Interagency Committee on Childhood Development, 1970 to 1972. She was zoning examiner of Montgomery County, 1967-70 and served on the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, 1967. She chaired the Montgomery County Board of Appeals, 1960-64 and practiced law from 1951 until 1967. Court of Special Appeals Vote for or against continuance in office Edward O. Weant Jr., 62, of 171 Willis St., Westminster, is an associate judge of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. He was elected to the Maryland Senate in 1959, appointed associate judge of the Fifth Judicial Court of Maryland in 1966. He was appointed associate judge of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland in June, 1979. a 6th Circuit Vote for Two William M. Cave, 46, of 14108 Castaway. Drive, Rockville, is a Sixth Judicial Circuit Court judge. He was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1961; assistant state's attorney for Montgomery County, 1967 to 1971; deputy state's attorney, Montgomery, in 1971; judge of the Maryland District Court in Montgomery County, 1971 until 1978; appointed to the 6th Judicial Circuit Court in 1978. Calvin R. Sanders, 56, of 7510 West Lake Terrace, Bethesda, is a Sixth Judicial District Court judge. He has served on the Montgomery county Board of Appeals.He was a substitute judge in the People's Court for Montgomery County, and was a judge on the People's Court when it became the District Court of Maryland, where he served as an associate judge, and later as an administrative judge. He served on the bench of the District. Court of Maryland for Montgomery County for 10 years.