Hence I said Baby steps. Gerrymandering also should be forbidden and the counties redrawn one last time based on geographical borders (like cliffs, rivers, mountains) and/or latitude/longitude and then outlawed forever, but that's another point. Also with so many EC, there's also a distinct chance to lose some votes to third parties no matter how they redraw the lines as then the vote for third parties would not be "lost" anymore (at least not nearly to the same degree anymore).
I do agree that Ranked choice or some proportional voting system would be much preferable to this, but like I said, anything is better than winner takes all.
That isn’t possible. The number of districts need to be updated quite often based on population changes. Otherwise it wouldn’t make much sense. There should be a consistent process of how those districts are redrawn though, as politicians obviously shouldn’t be trusted with it. Here in Utah, they have the districts set up to all take a small piece of salt lake so that they don’t have a concentrated liberal district. It’s the most obvious use of gerrymandering I have seen. Nobody seems to care though... it should be kept as close to city or country boundaries as possible though in my opinion...