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How New England Senators Voted On Trump's Nominees

Feb 17, 2017

Want to know how the 12 U.S. Senators from New England are voting on President Donald Trump's nominees? Look no further.

WBUR assembled a tool that shows you the final votes for Trump's Cabinet appointments and other top positions that require Senate confirmation.

The chart below is updated after each confirmation vote before the full Senate (not committee votes). The votes are in chronological order.



  • On February 15, Trump's original pick for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew his nomination.
  • *The DeVos vote was a 50-50 tie that was broken by Vice President Pence.
  • On February 8, Trump announced that his Cabinet won't include a chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.
  • Hat tip to The New York Times for the idea. Check out the link┬áto see how all 50 senators have voted.