Oregon’s GMO labeling initiative failed by 837 votes after an automatic recount.  After the November 4, 2014, election, Measure 92 failed by only 812 votes, triggering an automatic recount.  Oregon’s 36 counties completed their recounts on December 13, 2014, showing that Measure 92 failed  in an overall vote of 752,737 in favor and 753,574 against, only a .056 percent margin.  Measure 92 would have required food manufacturers and retailers to label genetically engineered foods.