USA Presidential Elections should incorporate the two methods Presidents and Vice-Presidents are elected.
The first way is when a Candidate wins a Majority of Electoral College Votes (today its 270 Votes to Win). But this method could have as few as 13 States Elect a President and Vice-President, in effect disenfranchising 37 States and very likely a Majority of Voters.
The second way is when No Candidate wins a Majority of Electoral College Votes, the House of Representatives Elects the President and the Senate Elects the Vice-President.
This second method has 50 Votes being cast in the House – one Vote from each State - for President. So, even though California may have 53 House Members and Maine may have 1, both States cast only 1 Vote for President. Currently, 26 States are needed to win. But this Method could disenfranchise 24 of the most populous States and very likely a Majority of Voters as well.
The Senate has every Senator casting a Vote and a Majority is needed to Elect the Vice-President (which currently would be 51 Votes). Here again, this method could disenfranchise 24 of the most populous States and very likely a Majority of Voters as well.
My method combines both methods. A candidate would need to win a Majority of Electoral Votes (currently 270) and a Majority of States (currently 26).
My method allows for the more populated States, such as California and Texas, to effect the Electoral Count, but would allow the less populated States, such as Maine and Wyoming, to have a much more equal footing than they now have in Electing the President and Vice-President.