I'd like to revisit my own vote after the final results are in. Is this possible?
No, I didn't take a screenshot

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The election on Example.SE is over and you want to know whom you voted for. Steps to follow (thanks @animuson):

  1. Go to https://example.stackexchange.com/election/
  2. Select the respective election page
  3. There are still the tabs like "Nomination", "Primary" and "Election" right above the candidates' posts - choose Election

In case you know the election's number (e. g. 1), you can go directly to https://example.stackexchange.com/election/1?tab=election.

(Another way is to track down the official moderator election results post on the respective stack's meta page. There's also a link to the election page.)

I managed to do so (testing it on a beta site - Parenting.SE's 2018 pro tem election). I went to the 2018 Community Moderator Election Results meta post, which has a link to the election page. I followed it and clicked on the Election tab. There I can still see my votes.

I also tested it on a random site and can access the Election tab even in the case of Ask Ubuntu.SE which I'm not a member of.

  • Great, thx - how did you find out about the ?tab=election part of that link? Because askubuntu.com/election/6 does not show my votes.
    – guntbert
    May 22, 2019 at 18:52
  • @guntbert without ?tab=election, you end up in the Nomination tab, which has no voting. ?tab=election takes you to the Election tab, which is the phase where you get 1st Choice, 2nd Choice, and 3rd Choice votes. May 22, 2019 at 19:35
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    You don't really need to track down the meta announcement. You can just go to /election and choose the election from there. That page displays a list of past elections when there is not an active election going on.
    – animuson StaffMod
    May 22, 2019 at 20:08
  • @animuson Thank you! I updated my post accordingly. May 22, 2019 at 20:20
  • Ahh, now I was able to see the "tabs" you mentioned - they are very easy to overlook with the current design. barely visible tabs
    – guntbert
    May 23, 2019 at 19:57

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