In Iowa, Selina courts possible caucus voters at a book signing for her new autobiography, while her team attends a staff wedding in D.C. As the day proceeds, she and her staff get word of a rumor that could affect the next election.
After a quick visit to their new campaign HQ, Selina and her team go on a ride-along with the Coast Guard, where they learn the president has flipped on a major issue, which makes Selina reexamine her own stance. Meanwhile, Gary questions his role with the Veep, and Jonah's new political blog causes trouble.
While Selina and her staff prepare for an Annapolis event where she will announce her candidacy, Dan gets word that "Saturday Night Live" has done a not-so-flattering sketch about her.
On a fundraising trip in Silicon Valley, Selina is challenged by an anti-fracking mom and visits the campus of Clovis, a tech company with an ambitious young CEO. In D.C., Jonah makes a crude viral video of the Selina-mom encounter, and Dan, with Ben's (Kevin Dunn) help, gets an idea for a rumor he can spread against Chung.
Selina enjoys a secret lunch with a major strategist that she hopes could become her campaign manager, even though Amy and Dan are vying for the job. Maddox invites the vice president to his country estate.
Selina heads to Detroit for a economic summit. However her personal trainer comes along for the trip and annoys the rest of her staff and her family. Jonah and Mike try and organize a photo opportunity between Maddox and the vice president.
To commemorate the 100th centenary of World War I, Selina visits the UK. Whilst on the trip, Ben is called back to Washington, putting Dan on edge. Jonah is also sent to London and spies on the vice president for Maddox.
Selina has to prep for a debate against her prime opponents. The vice president has an article written about him in the newspaper by Mike's wife.
Selina and her staff wonder how to make her seem more down-to-earth, when they learn that Thornhill is leading in the polls. Jonah meets Bill Ericsson, a strategist about a new job. The Vice president is interviewed by a journalist who has no idea what they are doing.
Selina and her staff have to deal with many setbacks on the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary.