With the emergence of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Voter March, a grassroots voter rights organization founded in 2000, joins with the 99% that our elected officials must represent the interests of the voters who put them in office, and not to the interests of corporate greed. VoterMarch realizes that machines to accurately count the votes will not matter much if politicians are bowing to corporate interests over the voters. One palatable demand for the Occupy Wall Street movement is for Wall Street to share the tax burden through a financial transaction tax (FTT) or Robin Hood Tax. VoterMarch has sponsored this Tax Wall Street blog in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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