New York Times
The Senate has confirmed each of President Trump’s nominees that it has voted on so far. Fifteen members of the cabinet and eight other top administration posts require Senate confirmation.
All but four of the “no” votes have come from Democrats and have essentially been symbolic statements of opposition. Nominees need only a simple majority to be confirmed, and Republicans hold 52 seats in the Senate.
We’ll continue to update this page as the Senate holds more confirmation votes.
[Pictured: Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), who has cast more NO votes than any other Senator.]