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Wait. Actually, Community does post moderator-election questions on other Meta sites. Looking at the revision history, Community posted a moderator-election question on Ask Ubuntu. Then somebody else edited the question, which placed his own name on the post (so Community didn't show up when I looked).

It seems that the question list on the user page filters out posts on Meta sites. But since Meta Stack Overflow is really a special-cased regular site, Community's 2 posts on Meta are all that show up.

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