Jill Stein held a sparsely-attended rally at the Wisconsin state capitol Tuesday, announcing a new post-recount effort in the state. 

Pretty much no one showed up to the event, however, as some were quick to point out on Twitter.  

Stein and her supporters called on Wisconsinites to stand up for "election integrity" through the Green Party's "Count My Vote" project.

She questioned the $3.5 million price tag on the state's recount of the November election, adding that only "half" a recount was performed. 

Stein raised millions of dollars for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan after some questioned whether Russian hackers could have affected the vote tallies in some way. 

A recount was only performed in Wisconsin and it actually widened Donald Trump's margin of victory over Hillary Clinton. 


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