MONSANTO STILL STEALING MEASURE 92 GMO LABEL ELECTION
author: Liam Kellen
After Oregonian and other election corporate news reported Oregon GMO labeling initiative defeated, late returns show passage is within .2 percent, i.e. two tenths of one percent difference in the vote, with thousands of votes still uncounted, and at verge of automatic recount. New coverage has played to discourage voters from verifying questioned ballots. Monsanto backed No on 92 group conducted "push poll" directly threatening individual voters, listed as not having voted by Nov. 3 and Nov. 4, with higher food bills if they voted for the measure. Oregon has tough law making "undo influence" in an election a class C felony -- but will secretary of state move to enforce?
Let Kate Brown, Oregon Secretary of State, know you want a fair election and inquiry into Measure 92 ballot.