Another question for the resident lawyers here. I was talking with a friend of mine last week, who is part of the consensus that Hillary Clinton could and might make a 2016 run for POTUS. While that is still 4 years off, that's not too far of a stretch to see her do. However, what he mentioned would be a potential landslide victory for her, let alone prove how much of a political powerhouse she is, he also posed what would happen if she chose Bill Clinton as her running mate. I had to agree that that would make them the most powerful political family in the history of the country (beating out Bush, Roosevelt, Kennedy, and Harrison), but it also got me thinking.. It would be the first time that a married couple would run for office, but going further than that (and just go along with the hypothetical here).. Say this does happen and Hillary wins. Let's also say that the worst happens and she dies in office. This would mean that the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution would not apply, meaning that Bill would have to serve out the remaining years of Hillary's term, correct? Bill would not have been elected, which is what the 22nd explicitly states can not happen. But if I am reading this right, it could mean that any two-term president could serve as Vice President, and assume the role of President should the elected POTUS dies or resigns the office. Yes, I'm trying to weave a nasty web here that could lead toward another constitutional amendment, but I don't think something like this has been discussed (here, in the political spectrum, or otherwise). BL.