The Senate voted Monday to confirm two U.S. district judges.

The Senate voted 90-0 to confirm Debra Brown as U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Mississippi.

“I am very pleased to support this nomination,” Sen. Thad CochranThad CochranOvernight Defense: FBI chief confirms Trump campaign, Russia probe | Senators push for Afghan visas | Problems persist at veterans' suicide hotline Senators ask to include visas for Afghans in spending bill Shutdown politics return to the Senate MORE (R-Miss.) said. “Ms. Debra Brown is very well qualified for this position.”

The Senate also confirmed the nomination of Gregory Woods by voice-vote. He will serve as U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New York.

After several senators failed to return to the Capitol last Monday, Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidThis obscure Senate rule could let VP Mike Pence fully repeal ObamaCare once and for all Sharron Angle to challenge GOP rep in Nevada Fox's Watters asks Trump whom he would fire: Baldwin, Schumer or Zucker MORE (D-Nev.) warned that there would be more votes scheduled at the beginning of the week since some senators weren’t taking the Monday votes “seriously.”

Ten senators still missed the first Monday votes.

The Senate is expected to vote on whether to proceed to an employment discrimination bill later in the day.