Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker rolled to re-election Tuesday.
"It's certainly a gratifying result," Becker said. "I've tried to do what is in the best interest of the city and engage people proactively. I read it as an endorsement of both what I have done and how I have done it."
His opponent, J. Allen Kimball who turns 80 next month and previously acknowledged he was fighting for the other "16 percent," a reference to Becker's 84 percent approval rating said his long-shot challenge was worth it. "I've had a good time."