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Peters continues to lead Bilbray for 52nd District seat

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Scott Peters extended his lead over Brian Bilbray in the race for the 52nd Congressional District, according to results released by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Monday.

Peters, the Democratic Port Commissioner, now leads the incumbent Republican congressman by 1,899 votes, an increase of 565 votes from when totals were last released on Friday.

Peters has collected 118,476 votes (50.4 percent) while Bilbray has 116,577 (49.6). Approximately 260,000 absentee and provisional votes countywide remain to be counted with the next update scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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