According to the Washington Post, Donald Trump is poised to receive more votes than anyone in Republican primary history.
With a number of states remaining including California, Trump is set to surpass current record holder George W. Bush, who received 10.8 million votes in 2000.
Part of the reason for this is that more voters are turning out to vote.
Here is how The Donald has fared in each state thus far
If you're a Trump supporter, you'll explain this by saying he is motivating people to get involved, and if you're not, you'd say it's simply due to the population growth. The Post goes on to also point out that while Trump will likely set the record for most total votes, he'll probably end up with the lowest percentage of the overall total vote since 1968.