Sofia, it is my understanding that former Presidents are able to run for whatever office they so choose. In fact, the law passed resulting from FDR's 3rd term merely states that presidents may not serve more than 2 consecutive
terms; inference being that Wm J. Clinton, for example, could in fact run for President in 2004 since that would obviously not qualify as consecutive. What a fine kettle of fish that would be
I tried to google on this, but got nowhere.
We need a legal ruling here, lawyer-types...