Well, let me start by saying I voted to close this question as "not constructive".
You are implying that there is something wrong with how our current moderators and asking the candidates to confirm your opinions by saying what they would do differently, or alternatively paint a huge bullseye on their backs by saying they are satisfied with things as is. It's a rant in disguise, by definition. But I'll play along, since it wouldn't be a true election without those.
I have written a rather extensive nomination stump, and I think it's evident that I'm largely satisfied with our current crop of moderators. There would be absolutely no way I could have done the work I've done in the non-rewarding aspects of the site if I was somehow dissatisfied or disgruntled.
That said, there's always room for improvement. Every one of us, if elected, will bring something new to the table, that's only natural. But the role of the moderator is to intervene only when absolutely necessary, and there isn't much room for differentiation.
We will all be bound by the Stack Exchange vision and rules, the scope of the site and, of course by the community. As I wrote in my nomination stump, I realize that the role is clearly defined and largely restrictive, and that if elected I will need to take a step back and stop acting autonomously.
Lastly, I don't see any point in answering to the specifics of how I will handle closing questions. I have voted to close quite a few questions, participated in a number of clean up efforts, and I feel that the question is sufficiently answered by my participation. At the same time, I am the top editor amongst the candidates, while being relatively new to the site. Improve first, close only when necessary, is an approach I feel all the candidates and the moderators share.
I'm particularly proud to be part of the process, and amongst such fine company. All of us are extremely active and dedicated to the site and the community, and our participation speaks louder than anything else. Let's keep politics out of it.