As Twitchy reported, Hillary Clinton not only lost the state of Wisconsin again as a result of Jill Stein’s recount — she ended up losing to Donald Trump by an even wider margin.

Stein’s recount effort has been a resounding failure (for her, at least), but die-hards are still doing everything they can to keep Trump out of office.

Two #FaithlessElectors in Colorado fared about as well as Stein Monday in their effort to suspend state law and have their electoral votes unbound.

Yes, Hillary Clinton won the state, but the electors’ plan was to “cut a deal with Republicans from other states to make someone other than Donald Trump president,” KUSA reports. The judge, however, seemed to agree with Hillary Clinton that the electoral process must be respected.

In Washington State Monday, two electors with a similar strategy in mind filed suit challenging a law that would fine them up to $1,000 each for disregarding the popular vote. A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson defended the state’s law, saying the electors’ request for an injunction was weak on its legal merits.

According to the Seattle Times, Democratic electors Bret Chiafalo and Levi Guerra filed a seven-page complaint last week citing Alexander Hamilton, who believed the Electoral College should serve as a stopgap against unqualified or corrupt candidates.