Oregon’s Measure 92, the effort that would require the labeling of food and beverages manufactured using bioengineered ingredients, went down to defeat, according to The Oregonian news service. With 92% of the votes counted in the state, the tally stood at 683,450 against the initiative and 666,843 in favor.

The results stand in stark contrast to a similar initiative on the ballot in Colorado that easily went down to defeat, with more than 65% of state voters voting against the initiative.