A sentence about the plot: People are being abducted during an election cycle and our hero must find out the who what when and why of it.
A sentence about the story: Who are these people who is taking them why are they being taken and how will these heinous abductions be stopped along with who will stop them are just some of the questions that must be answered before it's too late.
Combine and edit both sentences until the relationship between plot and story becomes clear:
People are being abducted. Who is taking them and why? Is it a conspiracy? If so, how high does this go? Who will stop these heinous abductions? Will the captives be saved in time or is our hero doomed to fail? Democracy may hang in the balance.