Yep, the election is upon us. Where, oh, where to find quick, unbiased information on all these candidates? May I suggest the League of Women Voters. From their material, "The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that works to promote political responsibility through active, informed participation of all citizens in their government...The Voters Guide lists candidates for the Presidency of the United States as well as statewide races for U.S. Senator, Railroad Commissioner, Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, Courts of Appeal districts, as well as the State Board of Education."
Questions on energy, healthcare, immigration and education were posed to all the candidates, and their very concise thumbnail answers are posted at League of Women Voters Voters Guide. Non-partisan. Really. Pick your state, and learn.
This is your opportunity to be heard. And, or course, if you do not exercise your privilege and responsibility of voting, IMHO, you lose your right to complain.