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One of the Stack Exchange sites is going through the election process. I wish to avoid my personal opinion when I decide, basing my decision on data instead.

Is there any way to run the relevant against a specified bunch of users (that is, all the users putting themselves up for election)?

It'd be awesome if the output was a pretty SVG graph too.

Perhaps the community has come up with a set of queries useful for this situation?

(Tagged as discussion because maybe this is a horrible idea.)

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I would have suggested this site but it appears not to have been updated recently. – ChrisF Sep 17 '11 at 15:24
@ChrisF I prodded Yi Jiang about it, and we're working on fixing that. – Tim Stone Sep 17 '11 at 15:48
@Tim - thanks for the info. I don't feel so bad about suggesting the page elsewhere before I checked and found it wasn't updated. – ChrisF Sep 17 '11 at 15:49
@Tim - I feel a bit guilty that my question has caused someone to get a prod. Please ensure a VERY GENTLE prod, perhaps with a nice soft plushy, or some tasty food item? – DanBeale Sep 17 '11 at 17:28
It's okay, we poke and prod people all the time! – Yi Jiang Sep 23 '11 at 14:27

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