Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump Jr. campaign in Colorado

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DENVER -- Sen. Bernie Sanders spent Monday in Colorado. He made a stop in Boulder where his message was to urge voters to support Amendment 69, the Medicare for All health care plan.

He also appeared in Fort Collins where he asked people to vote for Hillary Clinton for president.

On the Republican side, Donald Trump Jr. met with supporters of his dad in Boulder, then held a rally at the Centennial Gun Club.

Presidential candidate Donald Trump will stop for two events in Colorado on Tuesday. He'll appear in Colorado Springs at 1 p.m. and Grand Junction at 3 p.m.