The GPT joined its most recent national elections in January 2020. In this final empirical chapter, I will again look at the contents of the GPT’s electoral strategy and try to explain its performance. Despite party founder Kao Cheng-yan returning to stand and attempts to link the 2020 appeals to the party’s 1996 founding election, the 2020 campaign was quite distinct from any previous GPT cases. Instead, the focus was on the controversial Wang Hau-yu and the most well-known candidate the party had ever nominated, psychiatrist Teng Hui-wen (鄧惠文). Why, then, despite adopting such a different campaign strategy in 2020, was the GPT’s vote share almost exactly the same as four years earlier?