Politicians and pundits love to rail on the fact they feel Washington is broken and the system needs fixing. Entire campaigns have been built around the notion of becoming a change agent and being the one that transforms Washington.

While many have ideas for how to fix what many see as a flawed system, the challenge is always finding unique ways to implement those plans. This is the challenge Democratic National Committee spokesman Mo Elleithee is presenting his Georgetown University students with.

In his capacity as the school's founding executive director of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service, Elleithee is encouraging students to find one thing about the political system they don't like and propose a fix for it.

Watch as Kristen Soltis Anderson discusses the unique solutions Elleithee's students are finding and what it means for the future of politics in America.