Have you heard of a board game called "Consensus"?
The game came out in the 1960s and its goal was to teach people about the electoral college, the system we use to elect presidents.
This may not come as a big surprise, but the game never caught on. Like the electoral college itself, it's pretty dull and difficult to understand.
Dr. John Koza invented that board game, and he's been re-thinking the way we hold elections ever since.
He's now the chair of an organization called National Popular Vote, a group lobbying to scrap the electoral system.
We speak with him about the election, and why he thinks that ditching the electoral college is a good idea.