Hillary Clinton is officially contesting the results of the 2016 presidential election.

hillary-clinton-eyes2Clinton filed a motion to “intervene in a lawsuit filed by Jill Stein seeking to require all Wisconsin counties to recount presidential votes by hand,” the Madison Cap Times reports.

A Madison judge will hear the case at 4:30 pm Central today.

If the Green Party candidate — who received 1.1% of the vote — unsuccessful, counties will have the option of recounting by hand or electronically.

Hillary “respectfully supports the issuance of an order requiring a manual recount of all ballots cast in the presidential election in Wisconsin,” Clinton attorney Joshua Kaul wrote, according to the paper.

Clinton’s attorney contends she is intervening because her “interests will not be adequately represented by existing parties in the litigation, noting she and Stein will likely disagree on issues covered by the case.”

On Monday, Clinton’s campaign sent an email to Wisconsin supporters seeking volunteers to participate in the recount effort.

“In the weeks since the heartbreak of Election Day, our campaign has taken a number of steps to verify the accuracy of the vote tally in a few critical battleground states — and to this point, we’ve found no evidence that would change the outcome,” Wisconsin state director Jake Hajdu wrote, according to the Cap Times.

“But as you might have heard, now that others have asked for a recount of the vote here in Wisconsin, we will participate to make sure everyone who voted for Hillary in this state has their interests represented.”

Hajdu said the campaign would participate to “ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all sides.”

Stein is required to pay the estimated $3.5 million expense up front before recounting will begin.