To understand how to find a censored account you should read my blog on how to do a Twitter censorship investigation (if you can search Google, you can figure out how to search Twitter and test for censorship). The important thing to remember is that when Twitter censors your account other people will no longer be able to search for or find the content you've posted. The only way they will be able to see what you've posted is by directly visiting your account.
For example, yesterday I noticed that the account for Connecticut State Rep. candidate Christy Matthews @ElectMatthews was censored. This is video of me conducting the search of her account:
So, what other candidates for public office are being censored? NY congressional candidate Zephyr Teachout's, @ZephyrTeachout, account was censored yesterday when I did this video and she is still censored this morning:
Now let's take a look at another kind of censorship that Twitter engages in - the account search!
The accounts for @Linda2016gop, @Stanton4Liberty, and @MWashington45 all have something in common. They all want your vote and they all use words like "candidate for GOP," "Libertarian candidate," or "Republican candidate" to describe themselves in their user profile. However, if you search those terms using Twitter's account search option you won't find these campaign accounts: