Like their neighbors in Washington state last year, Oregon voters have been all over the news as they get ready to vote on whether to pass GMO labeling Initiative 92. Similar to Washington’s Initiative 522, Oregon’s Measure 92’s campaign donors have come under close scrutiny, especially since it appears to be Oregon’s most expensive ballot fight on record. According to filings with the Oregon Secretary of State’s office supporters and opponents of Measure 92 have raised a whopping $17.6 million. Of course it is still only half of what was spent in Washington’s GMO labeling war. If passed, Measure 92 would require food manufacturers to label all genetically modified foods, whether partially or wholly produced through genetic engineering. As far as Oregon voters opinion, surveys show that it is pretty much divided down the middle with 45% opposing the measure, 49% supporting, and the remaining 6% unsure.