The New York Times has a list of ten potential candidates who could be the possible successor to Sandra Day O'Connor.
Samuel A. Alito Jr. - This guy is very similar in ideology to Antonin Scalia and is lovingly called by his peers "Scalito."
Edith Brown Clement - She is a member of the Federalist Society, which is a student organization that challenges "orthodox liberal ideology" in law schools.
Emilio M. Garza - Appointed by Ronald Reagan to the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.
Alberto Gonzales - This guy is not too fond of the Geneva Convention and supports torture. He once said ""injury such as death, organ failure, or serious impairment of body functions — in order to constitute torture."
Edith H. Jones - Appointed by Ronald Reagan. Has the Texas connection.
J. Michael Luttig - Served has a law clerk under right-wing ideologue Antonin Scalia.
Michael W. McConnell - This loony believes "that the Supreme Court has gone too far in reading the total separation of church and state into the Constitution, and because he...understands that Roe v. Wade has no firm constitutional foundation."
William Pryor - Homophobe. Interestingly, favorite TV show is Queer Eye for the Straight Guy (joke).
John G. Roberts Jr. - Nominated by George Bush to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Also worked under Ronald Reagan.
J. Harvie Wilkinson III - Supported detention of Yaser Esam Hamdi, an American citizen, who was detained without any charges and was accused of fighting with terrorists. The Supreme Court later overturned his ruling.
All of these candidates have some connection to either Bush, Bush Sr. or Ronald Reagan.