President Trump:
release your tax returns

Without his returns, Americans are in the dark about Trump's conflicts of interest, his
foreign entanglements, and whether he even pays any taxes at all.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

We're marching on Washington, D.C., to remind Donald Trump:

He works for us now.

Say you'll be there:

What is the Tax March?

The Tax March isn't an organization – it's a movement – gaining momentum around the country. Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump told the American people he would release his tax returns and come clean about his business dealings, as presidential candidates and presidents have done for decades. Despite intense public pressure, President Donald Trump has not yet done so. In refusing to release these tax returns, he is able to hide his business dealings, financial ties, and conflicts of interest.

Within days of his inauguration, the White House petition calling on Trump to release his tax returns garnered the most signatures on a White House petition, ever. The Trump administration's response? "People don't care."

On April 15th, we’re marching on Washington, D.C., and in communities across the country to show that we do care. And that we’re not going away. Tens of thousands of Americans will send a clear message to Donald Trump: The president is accountable to the American people, and he must answer to us.

Local Marches

Pennsylvania

Bethlehem Bloomsburg Erie Harrisburg Lancaster Pittsburgh Philadelphia

South Carolina

Columbia Charleston Greenville Myrtle Beach

South Dakota

Rapid City

Tennessee

Athens Knoxville Nashville Newport

Texas

Austin Dallas Fort Worth Houston McAllen

Utah

Salt Lake City

Vermont

Brattleboro Burlington

Virginia

Norfolk

Washington

Olympia Richland Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Washington

Wisconsin

Hudson Milwaukee

Wyoming

Cheyenne

International Marches

Germany

Freiburg Stuttgart

Japan

Tokyo

New Zealand

Auckland Dunedin

United Kingdom

London