Months after campaigning for Hillary Clinton, Trayvon Martin’s mother is considering running for office herself, Miami news sources reported.

“The only thing I can do is try,” Sybrina Fulton told Miami ABC affiliate WPLG. “And, I am not afraid to try.”

Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Fulton spent part of 2016 campaigning for Clinton. In an op-ed she penned for CNN, Fulton explained she endorsed the former first lady because Clinton emphasized the Black Lives Matter movement and backed gun control efforts.

George Zimmerman, a former neighborhood watchman, killed Martin, Fulton’s 17-year-old son, five years ago in Sanford, Fla. A Florida jury later acquitted Zimmerman, who said he killed Martin because he felt threatened.

In Fulton’s view, more needs to be done to stop the shooting deaths of Black children. She was determined not to become a victim herself and to ensure her son did not become yet another statistic.

After Zimmerman killed Martin, Fulton became a leading voice for Black Lives Matter. She has also become a fierce advocate for the mothers of gun violence victims.

In Fulton’s new book, “Rest in Power,” she and Trayvon’s father, Tracy Martin, chronicled their journey from despair to activism, WPLG reported.

Fulton and the elder Martin also started a non-profit foundation dedicated to ending gun violence and supporting families through education and mentoring.

But in remarks earlier this month at a town hall meeting held at her alma mater, Miami Norland Senior High School, Fulton said she believes her actions still aren’t enough.

“I am considering running for office … I can do my best,” Fulton said, not specifying which office she may seek.

The meeting was organized by WPLG’s “My Future, My Choice” program, which attempts to raise awareness about ending the cycle of youth gun violence in Miami. Cast members from the Academy-Award winning moving “Moonlight” were also present, according to the news station.