What’s up with Jill Stein? The erstwhile presidential candidate infuriated some Democrats hoping to minimize the impact of minor parties on Hillary Clinton’s White House campaign, then set progressive hearts aflutter with a late fundraising campaign to secure ballot recounts in several of the Rust Belt states Clinton lost to Trump, sometimes by razor-thin margins.

But now, Stein’s shuttering the effort. Although Wisconsin granted a second look at its election results, Pennsylvania won’t do the same: Green party insurgents missed the Keystone State’s recount filing deadline. That wipes out the challengers’ last-ditch hopes for a Trump loss – and leaves Stein, somewhat amazingly, with more money than she raised for her own campaign.

“She’s within striking distance of her goal of $7 million and has far exceeded the $3.5 million she raised during her presidential campaign,” Time reported. “$6.3 million to recount the vote in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, according to her campaign website.” Stein’s apparent inability to hit the magic $7 million number appeared to forestall any success in pulling off a Pennsylvania upset.

That leaves just one more organized effort to bar the White House door to Trump. Some activists want to convince enough electors to bail on the president-elect to force a vote in the House of Representatives – where, they imagine, a compromise candidate could get the win.