This election cycle has been unpredictable to say the least. But that hasn’t stopped people from trying to imagine the best, or worst, outcomes of this election. However, one outcome has had less attention, though it is a possibility—a tie. The most likely way that a tie would happen (in the predictions right now) is if Trump gets Florida instead of Clinton. If that would happen, each candidate would most likely get 269 electoral votes. In that case, every state would need to do a recount, and if there is still a tie, the 12th Amendment would kick in. That means that the electors would have to confirm their votes and deliver them to Congress by December (that’s right, a month later). The House (majority Republican) would then choose the President, and the Senate would choose the VP. This also leads the possibility of a President and VP from different parties, which hasn’t happened since 1796. If a tie occured, we wouldn’t know our President until after the new year. This scenario is still highly unlikely, but so were many other things in this election.