A poll, sponsored by KATU TV, found that 54 percent supported I-92, 16 percent were opposed and 30 percent were undecided.
|A poll released by the Oregonian on Thursday shows that a majority of Oregon voters support labeling for genetically engineered foods.|
This is exciting news for our campaign – but initiatives to label genetically engineered food in California and Washington started strong too, before being overtaken by huge corporate-sponsored misinformation campaigns by Election Day.
We have to act fast to hold our lead. The first Grassroots Action Fund Deadline of the campaign hits tomorrow, and how much we have in the bank will go a long way toward determining how many voters we can afford reach between before Election Day.
Contribute before tomorrow’s deadline and stand with our campaign to require labeling for genetically engineered food. Just $15 can make a big difference.
According to the Oregonian, “Similar [GMO labeling] measures in California in 2012 and Washington in 2013 started with strong support in polls but wound up being narrowly defeated after expensive advertising campaigns were mounted by the food and biotech industries.”
Monsanto and their Big Ag buddies are planning on doing the same thing here in Oregon, but this time we’re going to change the game:
Contribute before tomorrow’s deadline to make sure we can and beat Big Food with a huge team of field organizers and volunteers >>
The Yes on 92 team