Oregon GMO Labeling Goes to Recount
Difference of only 809 votes
Oregon's GMO labeling measure is headed for a recount.
On Nov. 5, votes against Measure 92 outnumbered votes for it by more than 10,000. The gap slowly closed as counties reported their final results.
By 5 p.m. Friday, the deadline for counties to report, opponents had a lead of only 809 votes.
That's much less than the two-tenths of a percentage point needed for an automatic recount. To read more click here.