The anti-abortion Amendment 62, which sought constitutional rights for individuals "at the beginning of biological development," lost Tuesday night by a 3-to-1 margin — the same as the 2008 vote on a nearly identical measure.

However, supporters of 62, known as the "Personhood Amendment," said they considered their campaign victorious because it "helped save babies' lives."

"We're excited to try again next election," said Personhood Colorado spokeswoman Jennifer Mason.

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