Money Out Voters In

Real Time Stamped Bill Sightings

Stamper: UNKN, Washington, DC

Sighted in: Schuyler Falls, NY

Stamper: JIM2

Sighted in: Washington, DC

Possession: Change from store

Stamper: UNKN, Washington, DC

Sighted in: Rochester, NY

Possession: change at store

Stamper: UNKN, Washington, DC

Sighted in: San Jose, CA

Possession: Got it from 7 11

Stamper: 0173

Sighted in: Schaumburg, IL

Possession: Was given as a tip at my bar

Stamper: EVOX

Sighted in: Hopkinton, MA

Stamper: 7313

Sighted in: Philadelphia, PA

Possession: Payment and tip at coffee shop.

Stamper: 7313

Sighted in: Philadelphia, PA

Possession: Payment and tip at coffee shop. End the fed.

Stamper: TSTE, Florence, MA

Sighted in: Amherst, MA

Stamper: 1947

Sighted in: Philadelphia, PA

Possession: Work

Stamper: 5656

Sighted in: Providence, RI

Possession: Martha purchased pickles from me.

Stamper: JOHN, Waterbury, VT

Sighted in: Waitsfield, VT

Stamper: JRS3

Sighted in: New York, NY

Possession: Bought condoms

Stamper: USAP

Sighted in: West Olive, MI

Stamper: DANE

Sighted in: Seattle, WA

Stamper: JIM2

Sighted in: Oakbrook Terrace, IL

Possession: retail store

Stamper: TSTE, Florence, MA

Sighted in: Hartford, CT

Stamper: UNKN, Washington, DC

Sighted in: Garden Grove, CA

Possession: Bank withdrawal

Stamper: TSTE, Florence, MA

Sighted in: Cambridge, MA

Possession: From the plug

Stamper: BKW0

Sighted in: Corvallis, OR


A non-profit org of 75,000 Americans

Our representatives have been bought and paid for by morally bankrupt billionaires and corporations. The Stampede is a non-profit org of 75,000 Americans legally stamping dollars to protest big money in politics and roadblocks to voting for minorities, students, disabled, and low-income people.

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Politicians don't do what voters want.

Why are billion dollar corporations paying zero in taxes?
Why are people working full time and still living in poverty?
Why are we paying such outrageous prices for prescription drugs?
Why are private prisons profiting from mass incarceration?

“Because our votes get drowned out by legalized bribes, and a bunch of us are blocked from voting.”

Stamp Your Money and Make it Talk

It’s not gonna be easy.

But sustained protests by the people have forced huge changes before. It ended slavery. It got women the vote. It passed the Voting Rights Act. It passed gay rights. The key is to make your voice heard.

Get a Stamp and Join the Stampede
Kaniela Ing
Kaniela Ing Hawaii
“I stamp because Campaign finance is the reform that could make all other reforms possible, and its time for major reforms in Hawaii.  After all, elections should be won with big ideas, not big donations.”
Suzzanne P.
Suzzanne P. Connecticut
“I stamp because I’m really concerned about what's happening in our government -- with the diverging gaps in wealth and power, I’m concerned about our democracy -- that we're losing it. We have to stand against this corruption.”
Valerie E.
Valerie E. Maryland
“I’m stamping to fight what Citizens United has done to our democracy.”
Em K.
Em K. New Jersey
“I stamp because It's really important to point out that there is too much money in politics, and stamping is a great way to have a conversation -- it's a conversation starter about money in politics. People don't understand how our government is bought right now, but just by bringing it to their attention it's a wake up call.”
Warren L.
Warren L. Washington
“I stamp because I care about my grandchildren, and I care about their opportunities. I don’t have to do this. I choose to do this.”
Pete the Dog
Pete the Dog Maine

It's the Original Viral Marketing Campaign

Stamped bills stay in circulation for 2.5 years and are seen by over 800 people as they get passed from hand to hand. If you stamp 3 bills a day for a year, that’s about 1 million impressions. Every time someone reports seeing a stamped bill it gets added to the leaderboards.

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Stamping money is a disruptive day in day out protest against Big $$$ in politics. We’re part of a movement of 100’s of orgs and millions of people.

Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass