According to unofficial results, Jackie Biskupski will lead Salt Lake City, making her Utah's first openly gay mayor.

Two-term Mayor Ralph Becker has yet to concede. He did compliment Biskupski Tuesday night on a hard-fought campaign, but called the results preliminary, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Out Utah Senator Jim Dabakis called the victory groundbreaking.

“Generations of LGBT people could've only dreamed of this,” he told the paper. “Jackie is now an iconic gay leader. This is a great moment for Salt Lake City – we're not the stereotype people across the country think we are.”

Biskupski, a Democrat and a former state legislator, campaigned as the candidate who would listen to constituents.

Becker, also a Democrat, strongly backed LGBT rights during his tenure as mayor. In 2013, he helped celebrate a ruling striking down Utah's restrictive marriage ban by marrying gay and lesbian couples.