This system makes it more fair for states that do not feel as important. Citizens are more likely to vote, thus improving the results and chances of a candidate winning. This grants the less populated states to feel as though their votes are just as important as the more populated ones. Also, it is a much more accurate and organized way to count votes. The Electoral College reduces the chance of miscounts and revotes.
Similarly, the Electoral College requires all candidates to have a trans-regional effect. This means that candidates cannot campaign in areas where they are most comfortable or already well liked. The system allows more citizens to vote and increases the odds of a candidate winning. Along with the problem of runoff elections, it also makes the race more fair. It prevents the problem of favoritism towards voters and states, and allows a more accepting election. The Electoral College diminishes both big and little problems in an election, and has more benefits than