Let’s get this clear at the start:
The Electoral College is not going away. The Constitution’s provisions for selecting Supreme Court justices are not going to change.
And candidates who suggest they can change them are misleading the voters they are wooing.
That’s not an endorsement of the current election system, which has produced two presidents who won a minority of votes in the last five elections and could become more skewed in the future. It hardly reflects the unhappiness many of us feel that a president who won a minority of votes likely has solidified conservative control of the Supreme Court for many years.