When Belle, a young postal worker, accidentally drops her mother’s pearl necklace into a mail sorting machine, she has twelve hours to sort 1,550,000 mail-in ballots by hand – and recover those pearls in time for her father’s (incumbent mayor of Skisville) big election night party. All seems lost until Sam, the part-time postal worker who only works Mondays to fill in for people out with coronavirus, is assigned to help her and very much resents it. Will they fight all night or find love (and those darn pearls)? Fiona Gubelmann and Ryan Paevy deliver the goods. It’s a salute to romance at the post office with Romance at the Post Office.
Eve is a faithless elector still mooning over her college ex-boyfriend (Attorney General William Barr), when she meets plucky, handsome civil rights attorney, Brandon. Will she follow her heart and represent the will of the people, or bow to her Republican governor’s directive and throw the electoral college into a tizzy for Trump? Baillee Madison is pluckier than ever, but she might be out-plucked by Brendan Penny. Stay up for the late returns on Autumn romance with It’s Election, Eve.
Traci Manigault (Lacey Chabert) polls the tiny town of Greentree Falls where handsome young Burt Reynolds (Cameron Young McHandsome) is a prince working undercover as a poll watcher to learn more about American democracy or something — it doesn’t matter — and when Traci tries to get him to answer her questions, she gets more than she bargained for in the all-new-though-it-seems-familiar The Prince and the Pollster.
Mayor Martha has her hands full when she realizes she only has a week to send out mail-in ballots, collect those ballots, set up a voting booth, and campaign for reelection — against her own dog! Good thing she has a friend with the vaguely magical power of planning ahead! Catherine Bell, James Denton, and Catherine Disher in The Good Witch’s Voter Suppression.
When a batch of ballots goes missing and a mysterious new postmaster suddenly shows up, amateur sleuth Laci Manigault (Holly Danica Nikki Robinson Peete Lowndes McKeller Reeser) abandons her post as a poll worker to track them down and bring the real votes to justice. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, footage was recycled from our vast catalog of existing holiday films, with new dialogue looped in, if it even possibly matters. A new season of suspense returns with The Pencil Mark Mysteries: Ballot Bailout Bollocks.
Can a logical gal from the big city save her hunky high school crush from a bunch of conspiracy theories in time to swing the vote in a small Montana town? No, but it might still be a swingin’ time if they can just get that local microbrewery pumping again! The Proud Boys have never been Prouder, BLM has never been more represented by a bunch of hyped-up white bicycle-lane advocates, and the female lead’s one gay friend has never been further in the closet and less alone in there. Candace Cameron Bure and Cameron Mathison match wits and witbiers, with Dean Cain as the brewmaster “hopping” for a brawl. Drink heavily, snug in your coziest blanket, for a way too long Anti-Fa(lling in Love).
When the president’s daughter Ivy realizes daddy’s plan to steal the election isn’t going to work, she hatches her own plan, but can plucky, intrepid reporter Laci stop it? And whose side is Justice Department hunk Trant Finglepoz on, anyway? When the other president arrives from Russia, there are mixups galore, and Trant has to decide whether to follow his heart and the Constitution or the promise of his own slot on Fox News. It all comes down to what happens under the mistletoe at the big White House Christmas Ball, which is in early November because Mitch McConnell crams through everything. Special appearance by Don Trump as James Denton as Don Trump as the Anti-Christ. The comedy and comely romance keep on coming, and the votes — and laughs — keep rolling in as Taylor Cole, Alicia Witt, Kristoffer Polaha, Luke McFarlane, Seth McFarlane, Tituss Burgess, Hannibal Buress, the guy who played Cliff Claven, Kavan Smith, and Carlos PenaVega star in the extraordinarily extrajudicial lark The Princess and the President: One Very Last Election Right in the Heart.