It's not one man, one vote.
It's really more about winning the states vote, rather than the people's vote. I don't know why it matters where you live. Either way, having a popular vote system would be truly democratic.
There is a possibility of 269-269 tie.
When this happens, the election is then decided by Congress. I don't know about you guys, but I don't like my congressmen. Or rather my previous congressman. His name is Harry Reid and he's corrupt as hell. I've never met a single person who likes him. The only reason he kept getting elected over and over is because he has NV Energy on his side.
It is possible to win the election by just winning 11 states and disregarding the rest of the country.
If one candidate were to take California (55 votes), Texas (34), New York (31), Florida (27) Illinois (21), Pennsylvania (21), Ohio (20), Michigan (17), Georgia (15), New Jersey (15), and North Carolina (15), that candidate would have 271 votes, which would be enough to win.
I don't know in what world would California and Texas vote for the same candidate, but I hope you get the point.
The election could produce a very weird President and Vice-President
If no candidate gets the magic 270 votes, then Congress steps in. The House of Representatives decides on who wins as president while the Senate decides on the vice-president. This could produce a very odd president and Vice President. Like Mitt Romney as president and Joe Biden as vice-president.
All votes aren't equal.
If you live in California, your vote counts for less than a third of what a vote costs in Wyoming. Also, it means that Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada (The southwest excuding California) have to be won to equal the effects of winning JUST Texas.
We elect electors and they elect the president. Technically, they don't even have to vote. They won't even face repercussions either.
If you live in a state that is very conservative or very liberal, and you belong to the opposite party, you may throw your vote away.
If you've been following any of my questions, I asked about question one in Nevada to gain insight and opposing views to consider. This law passed because one county that is very liberal and has a high population voted in favor. Now conservatives in my state are pissed. It's the same thing that if you live in a liberal state like Oregon or Washington and you voted for Trump, you basically threw your vote away.
Donald Trump is the president. What's done is done. He should fix the system that he called a disaster for democracy. #theelectoralcollegeisstupid