Jill Stein is not done with her recount efforts.
The former Green Party presidential candidate has announced she has launched a new initiative called ‘Count My Vote’ in Wisconsin to ensure voter integrity and to finish up on the “half-recount” she says she got in the state.
“When we asked for a full recount we only got a hand recount in about half of the precincts, for about half of the voters,” Stein said, according to WPR. “So essentially what we got was half a recount.”
Count My Vote volunteers will be tasked with reviewing local recount reports. She also plans to use a refund from the money spent on the first recount to launch additional voter integrity efforts.
“We also want to include in this ensuring we have a right to vote and that we put an end to voter ID laws to this interstate cross-check that has taken millions of voters potentially off rolls, also ranked choice voting,” Stein said.
Her kickoff, though, did not go as planned.
MacIver News Service tweeted out this pic of the sparsely attended event:
— MacIver News Service (@NewsMacIver) January 3, 2017
Fox News noted the crowd was “almost zero”:
— FoxNewsInsider (@FoxNewsInsider) January 4, 2017
Stein, ordinarily a prolific tweeter, did not past images of the event on the social media site.