The Clinton/Stein vote count project will likely focus on finding only two things -- uncounted Clinton votes and unqualified Trump votes. That's unfortunate, because just about every rational person suspects that there were a lot of people voting for Clinton who shouldn't have been voting. If the numbers are small, they may not affect the ultimate outcome. But we really don't know.
Americans would like to think the system is solid and reliable. But local registrars in Blue states are loyal Democrats. And let's face it. Most of us have become suspicious of government whether run by Democrats or Republicans.
Hopefully, all this focus on recounting votes might reinvigorate the movement to reform voter registration in spite of all the claims that purging the dead from voter rolls and requiring proof of citizenship are discriminatory.
Of interest here is an article from dailysignal.com. See More Than 800,000 Noncitizens May Have Voted in 2016 Election, Expert Says. That "expert" is merely extrapolating from information voluntarily given in previous years. And it wouldn't take an expert to expect the motivation this year would be stronger. But the point is there. Many non-citizens vote when there is no one to stop them.