The electoral college is an example of representative democracy.
The Constitution provides for election of a president by the people in the states. The states all had very different voting laws. Free blacks could vote in New York, women could vote in New Jersey.
In Connecticut, Congregationalists could vote but Episcopalians could not. In South Carolina, Episcopalians could vote but Congregationalists could not. The Constitution did require that the most voters allowed to vote in each state should be the voters for the Representative in the House of Representatives. The differences meant that early on, republican elements would be emphasized.
But linking the electoral vote to the representation in the House (plus two for senators) meant that over time, the power to elect the president would follow the people, and not be tied to heritage or wealth or power.
There are no flaws in the Electoral College system. The College is designed to give a candidate the votes of every state that is won during the US presidential election system. If the Electoral College is flawed, it begs the question as to why it has not been changed over the long history that it has.
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