A voter in Wyoming has 3.6 times the power in the presidential election than a voter in New York State. We all want our citizens to have a fair voice in our election. Currently they do not. And arguing that a person's vote is more important because of where they live does nothing to change that fact. Nor does having the electoral college mean smaller states or more rural communities get more attention. 87% of campaign events in this election were in just 12 states and the vast, vast majority of those visits were to the largest cities in those states. 27 states never got a visit from a presidential or vice presidential candidate. When 2.8 more people (a margin that's larger than the vote difference in the 1960, 1968, 1976, and 2000 elections COMBINED) vote for a candidate, but the election is decided by just 534 disproportionately weighted and largely unknown electors I don't think one can argue that the electoral college is fair or correct for our citizens.