I don't know why conservatives are so pro electoral college. The electoral college is Affirmative action to states that can't attract as many people. If you want more voting power in your state, then your state needs to find a way to attract more people.
If your worried about democrats coming into power, what you might want to do is abolish political parties and force every politician to run as an independent so there are no parties. But the thing to first do is rank choice voting, 5 candidates, each of whom must have up to 10 policy agendas that they fight for and between 3 to 7 of them have to be left wing ideas and between 3 to 7 of them have to be right wing ideas. This way, voters are selecting somebody that they agree with at least 80% of the time instead of at least 50% of the time.
If this happens, there is no need for the electoral college because every vote would be equal, just like it is in all 50 states; it's not like in Nevada, where the vast majority of the population of that state lives in Clark County, it's not like Nevada has an electoral college where counties with less population are given more votes. This is true for every other state in the union. So why not for the country at large? And get rid of the senate; it represents Wyoming and Vermont per capita way more than California or Texas.