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Each moderator election candidate's stats appear as follows (example chosen at random):

meta participation

questions: 7 / +30

answers: 17 / +73

helpful flags: 750

However, this can be slightly misleading, as the flags displayed under "meta participation" is the candidate's Stack Overflow flag count, not their Meta Stack Overflow flag count.

I acknowledge this is a fairly trivial matter, but to prevent confusion, I would suggest fully qualifying this statistic to be more clear, and/or perhaps placing a light horizontal rule between the answers line and the flag weight line.

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    If you have 750 flag weight on Meta, wow. – user7116 Nov 15 '11 at 7:41
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    @sixlettervariables: Sounds like the source of a "I'm so meta..." joke. – Nightfirecat Nov 15 '11 at 7:56
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I think adding a horizontal rule would work, but seeing as there's already a number of different shades of grey used in that page, and that the page already has its fair share of horizontal rules, I feel like it would work better just to order them differently:

helpful flags: 750

meta participation

questions: 7 / +30

answers: 17 / +73

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Or:

helpful flags: 750

meta questions: 7 / +30

meta answers: 17 / +73

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