It would help a lot if we could see moderated posts, specifically those deleted in moderation, during an election. Otherwise we're stuck with relatively unhelpful information like this:
(see Dragonlord's post, where he did his best to link to relevant info)
Which links to this:
3...2...1.... user destroyed. poof!
Poof indeed. But the user and their posts are gone:
So I have no way of verifying that anything this moderator did was a good move.
I'm sure leaving a bunch of spammer's posts around isn't an ideal use of storage, but if we're going to effectively evaluate candidates, we really ought to have some useful way to evaluate removals like this. Otherwise it would be possible for someone to slip by who's moderated away perfectly good posts by new users and otherwise behaved well.
It seems the simplest way would be to just keep those posts on file and list them in a new Moderated tab in a Moderator's profile.
(DragonLord - sorry for using you as an example - I'm not trying to imply you're guilty of anything, just using a concrete example to demonstrate the feature need).