So, I just saw a thing on Facebook saying, "Obama and Romney are going to spend two months and billions of dollars to become President of Ohio." There are a few options: No reform - keep it the way it is. Popular vote - strict national popular vote. Congressional district method - each district elects its own elector. The statewide popular vote determines two electoral votes for the senators. Maine and Return to appointment by state legislature - the legislature chooses electors like they used to. Proportional vote - the electoral votes are proportioned by the percentage of popular vote in the state. Obviously, there are benefits and negatives to each. I favor congressional district, even though it's prone to gerrymandering - at least states are incapable of being gerrymandered - but I think sucks that both blue states and red states can't let half their citizens' voices be heard. I feel like we should try to maintain some of the intent of the electoral college - such as the vote from the Senate give small-population states a little more say. Although we've lost a lot of the intent of the college.