For many Democrats in Colorado, the wounds from the divisive primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are still raw.

The last thing they want is another intra-party battle as they try to ensure that Donald Trump does not win the state's nine electoral votes.

And yet, Amendment 69, the proposal to establish a state-run single-payer health care system, is again splitting the Democratic Party in two.

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