@arjafi [has detailed](https://math.meta.stackexchange.com/a/26538/164025) the general reasons that require the organization of elections in SE communities. For your convenience, I shall copy them here: <em> On all Stack Exchange sites, elected moderators serve until 1. they resign, or 2. Stack Exchange decides that they are not worthy of the position (_e.g._, by violating the [moderator agreement](https://math.stackexchange.com/legal/moderator-agreement)), or 3. their inactivity level reaches some critical point (on most sites I believe simply logging in once every several months is enough, though Stack Overflow has much more stringent minimal required activity levels for moderators), or 4. (and I am uncertain if this has _ever_ come about on _any_ Stack Exchange site) a [moderator action review process](https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/157258/214632) results in a decision to remove them. </em> Which of these conditions (or any other condition not listed, if the above list is not exhaustive) have been met that triggered the organization of this election?