I'm in process of reviewing my past answers and I think that it could be a nice feature to see posts I should review/low quality posts posted by myself. Could we have this feature?
I assume this in response to your, ah, experiences in running for moderator and in particular observations about your vote per post ratio.
Since you've tagged this feature request - I'm not sure a separate feature is really needed specifically. You already have the tools (a user page) to look through your own posts, as George says.
Secondly, you just got pinged in the 10k tools for "multiple vandalism" of own posts. There is a good reason for this - randomly deleting all your 0-voted-or-less content indiscriminately is vandalism. You would be better deleting selectively, over time, your "awful" posts (if they even exist) or making careful, controlled, well judged edits, again over time. I would suggest if you are concerned about your content quality levels, to use this approach. Review an answer or two you've made a day.
Finally, whilst having a low answer score ratio isn't great, it's not the worst behaviour a user can engage in by some stretch. They're still contributions; whereas causing a storm of deletions and bumped questions is disruptive to existing questions and to the home page and so everyone. I've not actually looked at the quality of the contributions; for all I (or anyone else knows by a low rep/answer ratio alone) they could all be deserving of more upvotes. After all, reputation is approximate.
You're reacting too hastily to the criticism you've received. Taking criticism is hard and I personally am no good at it, and I'm supposed to be an adult. Slow down. I don't think going through and removing everything "bad" right now is going to help your election case.
Update: Here's a Stack Exchange Data Query that will allow you to look at all your answers by the length of the answer first, since that can be an indication of a low quality post.
You can also sort your answers on your user page by votes. That will allow you to see the lowest score ones, simply by navigating to the last page of your answers.
If I have the time (I probably don't) I can try to construct a better query that will more closely mimic the actual heuristic in use. However, length is usually a good indicator (and going through my old posts, the ones with a really short length make me cringe).