Gerrymandering isn't always a bad thing. Yes, there have been a few instances of it being used egregiously but for the most part redrawing congressional lines is a necessity in a representive Republic as populations grow. If you want to make the argument that as population increases we should have more elected representatives that are closer to their constituency I can get on board with that possibility and it would be a better solution than changing how we vote for the president.There's a lot of truth to that argument, but there are plenty of loopholes too. Gerrymandering congressional districts so that one party has a perpetual advantage, for one, and stacking the courts ideologically, for another. Both parties are guilty of exploiting those loopholes.