New evidence of Prop 37 voting fraud?

| December 11, 2012 |
After election day most of us heard that Prop 37, the initiative to label GMO foods failed to gather enough support to get a majority vote at the ballot box, and after that it more or less disappeared from the news altogether.
It seems there were significant “irregularities” in the vote totals for Proposition 37, the ballot initiative to label genetically engineered foods, that could not be explained by random coincidence.

 
On election day, November 6, Proposition 37 – the ballot initiative for mandatory labeling of food with GMO content – failed by a narrow margin. With 4,277,985 people voting “yes” (47.9%) and 4,835,045 people voting “no” (53.1%), it was very close.

 

Since then, some rumors have been going around about possible election fraud. Food Democracy Now!, one of the groups involved in Prop 37 has been closely monitoring the results as they came in, and they hadn’t seen any credible reports of voting irregularities, that is up until now.

View the original article here: Op-Ed: Proposition 37 — possible that election fraud made it fail