One organization and website that has served the U.S. voter public well is called, On the Issues, at http://www.ontheissues.org/default.htm. Here, you can see the candidates' side-by-side.
What are the "Economic Issues," for instance?
Privatize Social Security: Clinton strongly opposes messing with Social Security, while Trump wants to privatize it.
Higher taxes on the wealthy: Clinton strongly favors higher taxes on the wealthy and Trump goes along.
Stricter limits on political campaign funds: Both candidates favor limiting campaign funds.
Stimulus better than market-led recovery: Clinton favors stimulus while Trump favors market-led recovery and strongly opposes government intervention.
Prioritize green energy: Clinton strongly favors green energy policy while Trump strongly opposes.
Lester Holt could ask the question, what is the role of government and the economy? (He won't, but let's say that he did.)
The answer should be that the Federal Government's job is to create an optimal environment in which individuals and their corporations can flourish.
Next question, "How is that accomplished?"
The answer should be an explanation about how government policy and leadership optimize return on national resources that include people, materials, technology, and infrastructure in public and private partnership.
Have at it.