Presidential Elections
Presidents are elected not by direct popular vote but by 538 members of the Electoral College.
Thomas E. Mann

"…every member must have an equal and effective opportunity to vote, and all votes must be counted as equal."
Robert Dahl

"…arguing that our endurance as a democratic republic is tied to the Electoral College would be tantamount to having claimed in 1915 that our stability was dependent on continuing to deny women the right to vote and to have state legislatures select U.S. Senators."          
Rob Richie