Former President Donald Trump is one step closer to securing the GOP nomination for the 2024 presidential election having won the Michigan Republican primary on Tuesday night. He had 30% more votes than his political rival, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley.

With only 12% of the votes counted, Trump scored 66% votes while Haley had 29.4% votes.

The Associated Press had projected he would win the primary shortly after the polls closed on Tuesday night. After the race was called in his favor, the GOP presidential candidate called into the Michigan GOP Watch Party to express his appreciation for his supporters.

I just want to thank everybody…the numbers are far greater than we even anticipated,” he stated, promising to do “a lot of campaigning over the next couple of months.”

“I can tell you this November cannot come fast enough. We have the worst president in history–the most incompetent and the most corrupt president, and we can’t let this continue. So that day, November 5th, and January 20th is when we take over. We’re going to make America great again, greater than ever before,” he added.

Trump’s win in Michigan comes three days after he easily defeated Haley by a huge margin in the South Carolina Republican primary on Saturday. He had won with 59.8% votes of 99% votes counted while Haley had 39.5% support.

Like Tuesday’s primary in Michigan, The Associated Press had projected an early win for Trump just after polls closed at 7 p.m. that evening. Fox News also projected a win for him shortly after the polls closed. Speaking to the outlet about the primary, Trump said, “It’s an early evening and a fantastic evening. Celebrate for 15 minutes, but then we have to get back to work.”

Michigan’s results make it the GOP frontrunner’s sixth win in all six Republican primary contests that have been held so far. The next stop is Super Tuesday on March 5, where 15 states and a third of all delegates are up for takes.