Nearly 1.9 million Republican Texans voted for President Donald Trump in the presidential primary on Tuesday, March 4, which is more than the combined votes of the top four Democrats.

With 99.5% of the vote reporting, President Trump received 1.87 million total votes in the Texas Republican primary, Breitbart News reported.

Meanwhile, four leading Democrats, including former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren have earned a total of 1.7 million votes in Texas, with 91.3% of the vote reporting. The Democrat votes are still being counted.

With that number, Trump has won the most votes ever for an incumbent president running in Texas as there was no serious Republican challenger in the state.

Fifteen years ago, nearly 636,000 Republican Texans voted for then-President George W. Bush in the 2004 Republican primary. In 2012, more than 520,000 Democrats voted for then-President Barack Obama in their primary.

Beside Texas, President Trump also won Republican presidential primary in another large state, California.