Republican former Sen. Mark Grisanti and one-time ethics and lobbying regulator Ellen Biben are being considered for judgeships at the Court of Claims.

Meanwhile, David Sampson, a former DMV official in the Cuomo administration, has also been nominated to the Court of Claims.

Their nominations will be considered among a dozen other candidates at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Tuesday meeting, according to an agenda from the panel.

Grisanti is a former lawmaker who lost his seat last year to Democrat Marc Panepinto and was the last sitting Republican senator who had backed the effort to legalize same-sex marriage.

Grisanti, a former Democrat who also supported the 2013 gun control measure known as the SAFE Act, was a legislative ally for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Rumors around western New York had swirled that Grisanti was poised to be nominated for a judgeship by Cuomo, but he had declined to confirm any nomination.

Another Cuomo ally, meanwhile, will also be considered for the bench.

Biben, a former Manhattan assistant district attorney, worked with Cuomo during his days in the state attorney general’s office.

After he was elected governor, Cuomo installed Biben as the state inspector general, and later as the executive director of the newly formed Joint Commission on Public Ethics.

Biben left that post in 2013 to pursue what JCOPE said would be opportunities in the private sector.