MILWAUKEE (SPECTRUM NEWS) — There is a growing effort from some Wisconsinites to recall Gov. Tony Evers.

A Burlington woman, Misty Polewczynski, filed preliminary documents to register the petition with Wisconsin's election commission late last week. 

According to the documents, Evers “has proven to be unfit for office. His gross negligence and incompetence in all matters pertaining to the duties of governor regarding the health, safety, and economic well being of the citizens of Wisconsin.”

Circulation of the recall petition must be completed within 60 days after the petitioner filed a campaign registration statement and intent to circulate a recall petition. 

The petition must contain the signatures of at least 25% of the votes cast for the office of the governor in the last general election. The petition will require nearly 670,000 signatures.

A private Facebook group, titled Recall Evers Petition, has nearly 47,000 members as of Monday afternoon. 

There is also an effort to recall Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes and Attorney General Josh Kaul.

In 2012, Former-Gov. Scott Walker faced a recall effort as well. Walker won his recall election, marking the only governor in U.S. history to do so. However, between the redo of the primary race and election, it cost him roughly $13.5 million, according to the Wisconsin Election Commission.