DREAM ON. That system would never be approved unless and until Conservatives got a two thirds vote in both houses of Congress and three-quarters of the states. That is not likely to happen for decades, if ever.<quoted text>
I know how the system is set up now and it is unfair.
Obama micro-targeted the populated area's alone in state's like Ohio and won the State.
A candidate should not be able to neglect the rural areas within a State and win the State.
This is not fair, as the population centers contain most all of the Blacks, Hispanics, and illegal aliens who are mostly all DemocRATS allowed to vote by crooked DemocRATS.
Ohio is almost all red, save for the population centers that were blue.
Ohio's electoral votes should have been split between the candidates.
If a State is mostly red, it should be giving most of electoral votes to the Republicans.
We need a new Electoral system.
We must create districts within a State that can award a States current electoral votes to the person that wins that district.
All States need to be of equal importance.
Far more likely the Constitution would be changed to base the election entirely on the popular vote of the whole country than to have it based on districts. But the most likely thing of all is that the situation will not be changed at all, and the current Electoral College system will continue into the distant future.
BTW, Obama won both a solid majority of the Electoral College AND the popular vote, with more than two and a half million more votes than Romney.