Washington state is voting on a ballot measure Tuesday that would require food manufacturers to label foods that contain genetically modified organisms. Contentious public relations campaigns have been waged by those on both sides of the issue. Large food companies argue against the measure, while smaller firms and consumer groups support it. Dylan Wibanks, a product designer from Seattle, said he voted against the measure. Wilbanks said:
"It's difficult to choose to vote for corporations. It feels wrong in every single way, but I felt that I had to choose between corporations versus a view on science I couldn't accept," he said. "At the end of the day, I can't vote for fear, I have to vote for reason."