Not too long ago, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz took a swing at New York and its "values."
"I think most people know exactly what New York values are: socially liberal, pro-gay marriage, focused on money and the media," he said in January, targeting rival candidate Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, New Yorkers swung right back.
Cruz secured just over 78,600 of a total of 506,805 votes for 15.47 percent of the vote throughout the state, according to the state Board of Elections, as of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Trump had a commanding lead with 58.94 percent of the vote, while Gov. John Kasich stood in second with 25.59 percent.
Moral of the story: New York is not to be sassed.