Tuesday’s election was one that political watchers call an off-off-year election. That means you could be forgiven for missing it. But there were some interesting outcomes. Washington’s GMO-labeling measure was voted down. Some rural Oregon counties failed to enact property tax levies — again. And a small shakeup in the Washington state Senate could have consequences for Oregon. There are no small elections, according to our political guys. We’re joined again by Bill Lunch, OPB’s political analyst, and Jeff Mapes, senior political reporter for The Oregonian. Click “play” to listen in on the conversation.