Its not really the electoral college itself. Its the states adopting winner take all allocations of delegates. So the problem is really at the state level not the federal level. Unless of course you believe the small states should get a modest boost of influence to avoid being bullied by the large states. Yes, a modest boost. The electoral college delegates are based on how many House of Representative members a state gets, which is based on population, plus two electoral delegates for the two Senators the state gets. That's it. Each state gets two electors beyond what they normally get for population. Its only a big deal for the absolutely tiniest of states. Again, the real problem is not this electoral college scheme, its the winner take all schemes adopted at the state level.