This is a book of quasi-historical fiction which begins when a United States Senator kicks off his campaign for the presidency at the historic Fancy Farm Picnic in Western Kentucky in 2016. On that day a terrible storm would brush through the small community but the elderly senator stood his ground, though all other speakers have long since left for dry conditions in front of a roaring fire. His campaign rhetoric is straight out of a populist game book and he challenges all others certain to join the fight to elevate campaign speeches to include a number of social welfare and health care reform. The elderly senator stays through the rain and cold wind and the next day he begins to feel the effects of his age while a cold settles into his chest. Doctors do all they can but he is too weak to ward off the sickness and in the night he passes away. What happens next is nothing short of a dramatic move in which his will installs his campaign manager as his heir apparent, transferring to her all his assets and his blessings to carry on. Malcomb Chancey becomes the first Jewish woman to contest the presidential primary against Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.