Deputy district attorney Garland Peed again has pulled ahead in his race for a San Diego County Superior Court judicial seat.
In the latest results released late Thursday afternoon by the Registrar of Voters, Peed now leads Ramona attorney Gary Kreep by 154 votes – a 210-vote swing from when the last totals were given early Wednesday.
There are still approximately 108,000 absentee votes remaining to be counted and the next vote totals will be released Friday at 5 p.m.
Peed currently has 157,796 votes (50.02 percent) from Tuesday's primary while Kreep has 157,642 (49.98).
Little changed in the only three-person race of the primary with Jim Miller and Robert Amador continuing to hold the top two spots, setting up a runoff in November.
Miller, a private attorney from El Cajon, leads the way with 37.5 percent of the vote (122,116 votes) while Amador, a deputy district attorney, is 3.5 percentage points behind with 110,558 votes. Deputy city attorney George Schaefer remains in third with 28.6 percent of the vote.
Deputy district attorney David Berry still leads the race for Superior Court Office No. 24 with 185,565 votes (56 percent). Superior Court Commissioner Terrie Roberts is second with 145,502 votes (43.95 percent).