Pam Moore

“I see both sides, but I think the Electoral College is there to give the less-populated states a chance to make their vote count. Otherwise, heavily populated states like New York and California would constantly overtake the smaller states.”

Jeff Van Cleve, Moab

“Absolutely not because the Electoral College gives a much broader demographic representation to our nation. Middle America (would) not be heard. The politicians (would) focus on the coasts and the flyover areas would not be represented. A possible fix would be to have the Electoral College select the president, and the popular vote elect the vice president.”

Pam Moore, Aspen, Colorado

“I don’t know if that’s the way to go about it, but something definitely needs to change.”

Molly Liner, Moab

“Should the U.S. get rid of the Electoral College system and instead award the presidency to the candidate who wins the popular vote?”