Commentary Commentator David Frum says recent calls to reform the Electoral College are misguided. He says the system exists to promote national unity, by forcing a presidential candidate to reach out to a wider constituency. And, he says, it also increases the chance that the president and the senate majority can work together.

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Commentator David Frum says recent calls to reform the Electoral College are misguided. He says the system exists to promote national unity, by forcing a presidential candidate to reach out to a wider constituency. And, he says, it also increases the chance that the president and the senate majority can work together.