Honestly, asking people to upvote your answer is considered to be in bad taste. So the blunt answer is no, we won't upvote your answer because you asked us to.
What you can do, however, is post a link to your answer in chat (if you have access to it) and invite people to read it and vote on it as they see fit. This is better than asking for upvotes since it's not viewed as you trying to bias the evaluation of your answer away from the true quality of the answer. If the answer is good, it should get more upvotes than downvotes anyway. And posting in chat is better than posting on meta because chat is less formal and less attention-grabbing than a meta post.
Incidentally, moderators have no special privileges or responsibilities when it comes to casting upvotes and downvotes, so the fact that you're asking a moderator specifically to do it also seems questionable.