It is currently community moderator election at Ask Ubuntu. I just got the Ask Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter and it does not mention the election. An election is a very important event for a Stack Exchange site. Therefore I would like to suggest that whenever a Stack Exchange site has an election that site's newsletter will mention the election.

Since elections happens rarely on a site and it a very important event I think that it should be included in its own box directly after the first heading of the newsletter. It could read something like

[Site name] [year] community moderator election

The community moderator election of [Site name] is currently in the primary/election phase. Please cast your vote!

for the primary and election phases. And something like

[Site name] [year] community moderator election

The community moderator election of [Site name] is currently in the nomination phase. Take your chance to review the nominees!

for the nomination phase.

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You know what might spur this along to possibly being [status-planned]? If you could give a little idea of what the blurb for an election warning should look like. ♪ –  Grace Note Feb 7 '12 at 19:22
    
@GraceNote done. Obviously it can be improved so anyone who has ideas how to, please contribute! –  N.N. Feb 7 '12 at 19:39
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up vote 8 down vote accepted

Current community moderator elections now get top billing in the newsletter!

For example, here's the top of the current Mathematics newsletter:

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