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Salt Lake City's official vote tally from the Aug. 11 primary is in, and after an election-night cliffhanger, Nate Salazar will face Derek Kitchen in the City Council District 4 general election Nov. 3.

As expected, Jackie Biskupski and Mayor Ralph Becker earned spots on the ballot for the mayoral race, according to the state-mandated canvass.

In District 4, Kitchen captured 1,319 votes. That's equivalent to 36 percent of the votes cast in the district, the area from downtown to the east bench, from South Temple to about 900 South.

Nate Salazar was second with 654 votes — about 18 percent. He beat out Miles Petty, who garnered 606 votes — 16.5 percent of the total cast in District 4.

Tuesday evening, Salazar said he was looking forward to the fall campaign.

"For us, the campaign starts over," he said. "There are a lot of votes out there. We will double down on our ground game."

Also in District 4, Babs DeLay got 568 votes. Jen Colby received 513 votes.

In the mayor's race, Biskupski got 13,278 votes — 46 percent of the total.

Becker received 8,823 votes — about 31 percent.

City Council Chairman Luke Garrott garnered 3,374 votes in his bid for the mayor's spot. That's equivalent to 13 percent.

Community activist George Chapman took in 1,875 votes, or 6.5 percent.

And businessman Dave Robinson got 1,085 votes — about 3.7 percent.

On election night, Becker said his campaign team would evaluate who had voted, and who had not, in an effort to identify supporters.

As of Aug. 14, Becker had well over $300,000 in his campaign fund.

That total is well ahead of Biskupski, who had about $70,000 on hand as of Aug. 4. On election night, Biskupski said she would continue fundraising and said she was confident she would get the financial support necessary to move forward.