That's what the campaigns of Green David Cobb and Libertarian Michael Badnarik want in Ohio. According to this Cobb press release, an amended complaint has been filed in federal court. What was wrong with the first recount, which officially ended Tuesday, and cut Bush's lead by around 300 votes (out of over 118,000)? Says the press release:
One of the most significant problems with the recount was that few of Ohio's 88 counties randomly selected sample precincts for the recount as is required by Ohio law. Other problems with the recount included a lack of security for the ballots and voting machines–including allegations of interference with voting machines by representatives of the Diebold and Triad corporations–and the refusal of some counties to do a full hand recount when required by law to do so.