As the election results are still coming in, a man waits as he talks with his opponent. The one is clearly a crooked politician, and the other intends on cleaning up the shady behavior that had been prevailing. The honest man, Frank, vows to put the crooked man behind bars as his first act as an elected sheriff. At home Frank talks to his daughter. She’s worried that he isn’t a gunman, and wants to keep him safe, but he refuses to withdraw from the election.
The worried daughter goes out to where she knows the Cisco Kid is. Pancho and Cisco are fishing as she rides up to ask their help. Will Janes fears be realized?
While she is out of town, her dad is gunned down. Will the doctor be able to save him? It looks like Cisco’s work is cut out for him as he seeks vengance for Jane and her dad. He goes to confront the bad guys, and get the evidence he needs to prove who the shooter was, and if it takes a little fist fighting, it’s all the same to our hero.
Now Cisco and Pancho are on the way to the home of the man who hired the killer to do his dirty work. First Cisco gets good news from Jane that her dad is going to recover, and agrees to help him do campaigning in the last days of the election.
Meanwhile, the rival is nervous, but wants Cisco alive. He plans to hold him in jail until after the election. Cisco is jumped, knocked out, and with Pancho, both are tossed into a jail cell. It’ll take some doing, but Cisco and Pancho manage to untie their bonds, and wait for their chance to make their break. When they get away, and report the latest deeds to Frank, he’s riled up and can’t wait to get out of his sick bed to get himself elected and clean up the town.
Warning kiddies: Mushy stuff alert. cover your eyes and ears.
In epilog, Cisco tries to explain to Pancho about how town meetings are conducted. O Pancho! O Cisco!