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There have been a number of elections across Stack Exchange over the past years, and the voting data is available for the most of them (all of them?).

For each election, there's a link to the 'blt' ballot file for that election.

The last line of each file is the 'title' of the election, and for example, the most recent election on User Experience, has the results available here with the title on the last line of the file: "User Experience Stack Exchange Moderator Election 2015"

.......
"Zoe Kulsariyeva"
"Benny Skogberg"
"DaveAlger"
"JohnGB"
"Vitaly Mijiritsky"
"Code Maverick"
"Evil Closet Monkey"
"Charles Wesley"
"3nafish"
"AEJBUG"
"User Experience Stack Exchange Moderator Election 2015"

Bug: The year in the title is always the current year, not the year the election happened in (even though the file name has the correct year...)

Consider these previous elections:

Stack Overflow:

  1. First 2011: https://stackoverflow.com/election/download-result/1 - "Stack Overflow Moderator Election 2015" stackoverflow-com-2011-election-results.blt (Note the correct file name - 2011)
  2. Second 2011: https://stackoverflow.com/election/download-result/2 - "Stack Overflow Moderator Election 2015" - stackoverflow-com-2011-election-results.blt (Note the correct file name - 2011 - but duplicate filename)
  3. Third 2012: https://stackoverflow.com/election/download-result/3 - "Stack Overflow Moderator Election 2015" - stackoverflow-com-2012-election-results.blt

Server Fault:

  1. First 2011: https://serverfault.com/election/download-result/1 - "Server Fault Moderator Election 2015" - serverfault-com-2011-election-results.blt
  2. Second 2012: https://serverfault.com/election/download-result/2 - "Server Fault Moderator Election 2015" - serverfault-com-2012-election-results.blt
  • Thank good it's not only me having problem with that challanging piece of software :-) – Benny Skogberg Jan 28 '15 at 13:14

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