When the Democratic President Elect dies three days after his election, the nation is thrown into Constitutional chaos. The Democratic Party must find a replacement and hold its narrow 272 Electoral Vote together. Three Electors are faithless, one honest and two bribed. As a result, the election is thrown into the House of Representatives which deadlocks. On Inauguration Day their is no resolution. The incumbent President refuses to leave, saying he is the only duly elected President while the Vice President Elect claims her right under the Constitution to be the Acting President. Read about the turmoil, conniving and eventual resolution in the novel "One Vote".