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Colo. Early Voting Puts Pro-life Measure Well Ahead

Tuesday, 04 Nov 2008 04:11 PM

By Phil Brennan

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Results of the early voting on Colorado's pro-life Definition of Person Amendment, which proclaims that life begins at conception and confers personhood on the unborn fetus at the instant of conception, was leading by 9 percentage points, according to the Denver Post.

In a November 1 story, The Post reported that the results in the Colorado early voting, with 68 percent of the votes counted, the amendment was winning by 54 percent to 45 percent.

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