Alaska Judicial Council voted on their selection of candidates who had applied for a vacancy on the Alaska Supreme Court. The names, reported by the Alaska Family Council in an email today, will now be forwarded to Gov. Dunleavy.

Eight people applied for the vacant Supreme Court seat. The names forwarded by the council were Dario Borghesan, Dani Crosby, Jennifer Stuart Henderson and Yvonne Lamoureux.

Dario Borghesan: Borghesan has been an Alaska resident for 11½ years, and has practiced law for 9½ years. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 2008, and is currently a chief assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby: Judge Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Jennifer Stuart Henderson: Judge Henderson has been an Alaska resident for 16½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2001, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Yvonne Lamoureux: Judge Lamoureux has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. She graduated from University of Virginia School of Law in 2003, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

The governor has 45 days to make the appointment for who will replace Justice Craig Stowers, one of the more conservative members of the Alaska Supreme Court.

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