Hillary Clinton won the New Yorkers primary Tuesday, becoming the first female president of the United States, after she won the state’s Democratic primary on Tuesday night.
Her victory marked her biggest victory in New York’s history.
She will face Republican Donald Trump in November.
Clinton won the primary by more than 8 million votes, with more than a million of those votes coming from voters in Brooklyn and Staten Island, according to the New Republic.
Trump won the county by a larger margin, with about 2.8 million votes.
Sanders won New York by more votes, winning with 2.2 million votes from counties that border Manhattan.
Clinton also won New Jersey by a bigger margin, winning more than 3.5 million votes there.
Sanders and Clinton will face off in the general election in November, and Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will serve as vice president.
The Republican National Committee will release its own statewide ballot on Tuesday.
The GOP will also hold its own primaries later this year.
Trump’s campaign had said he was looking forward to winning the primary in New Jersey, though he also said the party would “have to” decide whether to support Trump.
The RNC announced in late July that it would support Trump in the race.
Trump, who lost the state to Clinton by nearly 11 percentage points, has said the primary is a “puppet” of Clinton and that he would not support the presumptive nominee if he lost it.
Trump has said he’s confident in his victory.
“This election is rigged.
We’re going to win this election.
We are going to have a coronation,” he said in a speech last month.