Some of what you ask isn’t exposed to any end user whether you’re a new user or trusted user with 20k rep or an elected moderator.
However, most of that data is already available from the periodic data dumps and Stack Exchange data explorer interface.
Comments are trivial to look at:
You can only self-delete your profile if the profile has never voted and has posted at most once in the history of the account. If this is not true, the Delete Profile link will not be shown.
To delete a profile which does not meet this criteria, use the contact us link and choose ‘I need to delete my user profile’.
Practically, it's simpler to just ...
The places to learn more about mod candidates are the Q&A here on Meta and the Election chat room where all the candidates answer questions thrown at them.
Please keep in mind that the site is primarily community moderated, so the individual voting pattern of mods isn't very important. Even their casting of close votes isn't as important nowadays, ...
Yes, people have been noticing this on all sites throughout the Stack Exchange network. There's a 'central' bug post on the Main Meta which has now been marked status-completed, meaning it should be resolved.
The tags score only counts non-wiki answers.
In your case, you asked 9 questions (not counted for tags score) and posted 2 answers (counted for tags score). As of current writing, your tags score correctly show discussion as -1 from the total of both of your answers.
Four simple steps...
Click your 'Reputation', top right.
Click 'Edit Profile & Settings
Click 'Change picture' at the bottom of your existing avatar
Upload a new picture or change Identicon
Oops, don't forget
Click Save for this site or entire SE network at the bottom of the page.
For the user-info card to be expanded on hover you need more than 1000 rep, and a somewhat meaningful about me excerpt (more than 50 chars of text). Your about me isn't being recognized as such, so no hover card for you.
It seems only SO shows the rep. league.
Since SE has 115(!) Q&A sites all in all, I made a script (obviously :P) to look through each of them and check whether profile pages showed rep. league.
The result was that no other SE sites but SO showed it. To be extra sure, I also recorded total number of users for each site and number of users with actual RP ...