Elections generally have a meta question, linked to in bold at the top of the election page with the text "The candidates answer your questions."
Can we include, in each candidate's nomination box, a link to the candidate's answer on that particular meta question, appropriately labelled?
I noticed in the now-ongoing Puzzling election, there are some candidates whose nomination text includes a link saying something like "My answers to the moderator election Q&A here," which appears to have been edited in by the candidate directly. However, when an election has no primary (e.g. the ongoing election at Law), it's impossible for a candidate to edit that in because that meta question doesn't even get posted until the actual start of the voting.
Yes, one can get to it indirectly through "meta posts" or through the bold link above the list of candidates, but the percentage of voters who figure out that the election Q&A is really just a meta question and that answers are "posts" might not be that large, even among the subset of voters who know what meta is.