A while back, James Thunder published a fine piece arguing that the Electoral College is no less democratic than our system of primaries and caucuses. It is a sound defense of the Electoral College that the layman can understand, but there was always the risk of people reaching the opposite conclusion: that state primaries and caucuses are insufficiently democratic. So what we talking about in the Democratic presidential race? The national popular vote. Bah.
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