What if President Trump and former Vice President Biden both fail to reach the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win?

Or they end up in a tie?

What happens next?

Do we vote all over again?

Sue in the courts?

Battle it out in the streets?

Thankfully, the Founding Fathers anticipated this possibility and provided for what is referred to as a “Contingency Election” in the Constitution. And here at SOFREP we are all about having contingency plans, so here’s how that would work.

Article II, Section I, Clause III of the Constitution states the following: