What did the Twelfth Amendment do?
I. It made the Speaker of the House second in the line of succession to the presidency.
II It limited the president to two terms in office.
III. It established the procedures for transferring power to the vice-president should the president die, resign, or be removed from office.
IV. It established the procedures for filling the vice-presidency should the vice-president die, resign, or be removed from office.
V. It reformed the Electoral College system. Electors thereafter cast separate ballots for the president and vice-president.