The end of an era. A road trip through America during the last 24 years and seven presidential elections, this film gives a stunning account of how the most powerful nation has changed and how this profoundly affects the current presidential election. In 1992, then U.S. correspondent Folke Rydén and cameraman Dan Jåma covered the presidential race, from the early primaries until the day of the vote. "The Presidency at any Price" took an in-depth look at the campaign, as it was seen through the eyes of those who voted. The film was based on compelling stories from ordinary Americans. It was internationally awarded and received excellent reviews. Now, 24 years later, Folke Rydén and Dan Jåma revisit the same ordinary Americans as in 1992. Through their intriguing life stories from the last 24 years, this film gives an in depth understanding of how the most powerful nation has changed and how this profoundly affects the current presidential election, forecasting the stunning outcome.