The way to reform the electoral college is to award the votes proportionally by percentage. If Florida’s 25 electoral votes had been split 13 for George Bush and 12 for Al Gore, then Al Gore would have been president. There is nothing in the constitution mandating winner-take-all. The manner for choosing electors is regulated by state law. In fact, two states, Maine and Nebraska, do not use winner-take-all. In those states, the winner of each congressional district gets one elector and the winner of the state as a whole gets an additional two. Any state that wanted to adopt this system need only pass a state law to do so. No constitutional amendment is required.