Timothy Geithner, born exactly two weeks after the President, received 60 votes to confirm his nomination 34 to oppose it. These votes, as the numbers might intuitively suggest, were not close to a straight-party line vote. There was a fair amount crossover in both the yeas and nays; about a quarter of Senate Republicans voted to confirm while a number of Democrats opposed the nomination.
Republicans Who Voted to Confirm
Democrats Who Opposed Confirmation
*Sanders, of course, is an Independent who caucuses with the Democrats; Lieberman, an independent who also caucuses with the Democrats, voted to confirm.