Should the Vice-President have more defined duties? Or, is the current status of the role, where they do whatever the President wants them to do sufficient?
I remember Libertarian candidate Andre Marrou saying back in 1992 that he would have his VP actively preside over the Senate, which he said was allowed, but (almost) never done, except in extreme circumstances.
Some Presidents use their VPs a lot, and their VPs are key parts of the administration. Other Presidents, well... you wonder if they even know the guy's first name.
What say you? Give the VP more specific defined roles, or leave it as is?