Certain close votes are publicly available, such as in the "closed by" box on the question itself, and in the history tab of the new review tool. However, I have been unable to find a way to view that information in aggregate for a specific person, like the votes tab people can see on their own profile.
Is there an easy way to view that information in aggregate, perhaps with a data query, even if it's only the votes that are already publicly viewable?
The reason I ask is that I repeatedly see the same few names pop up making decisions to close that I disagree with. While I respect the difference of opinion, and have successfully worked within the edit and reopen system when I feel strongly about a question, I would be uncomfortable giving those people the power to close questions with one vote, should they choose to run for moderator.
In summary, I intend to base my vote for moderator largely on his or her voting record. I hope to encourage others to do the same, and would like an easier way to retrieve that information.
If there isn't an easy way to get it, maybe some candidates would like to voluntarily post a couple months' worth of their close votes here, perhaps with some commentary to put the votes in context?