The 59th quadrennial presidential election is well underway with millions of United States citizens already voting across the country.
In fact, more than 26 million people have voted as of Saturday, according to the U.S. Elections Project, a turnout-tracking database run by University of Florida political scientist Michael McDonald. That's more than six times the number of votes cast by the same point in 2016.
But for those who have yet to vote early, are waiting to vote in person or are undecided and waiting to make up their minds, it is still important to look at President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, their flaws and their strengths.