That's at least twice this game posts have been made post-hammer...
Okay, so assume that town can still win and Zeniba is Cult Leader, because if not, it doesn't matter what I do.
Setup is currently either 4-0-1, 3-1-1, or 2-2-1.
For 4-0-1, it would require two mafia members dead but not flipped. I believe only wam is in this situation, therefore we are not in this situation.
Worst case, Zeniba recruits and Mafia kills town. That puts us at either 1-1-2 or 0-2-2. If the latter, I am dead or no longer Town, so it doesn't matter. If the former, assume I am the 1 Town. It doesn't matter because I cannot win outright (no elim D6 or Cult wins, followed by NK of Zeniba puts us at 1-1-1, and either Cult recruit joins me in voting Mafia, or Mafia wins). Note to self: mod question to ask whether Cult can win in a 1 v 1 against Town if no kills or recruit. Overall, assume not worst case.
Assume next that recruit fails, but kill hits town, leaving us at either 2-1-1 or 1-2-1. If the latter, Mafia wins, so let's ignore it. In 2-1-1, either we eliminate Mafia, leaving us at 2-0-1, with Zeniba potentially able to recruit again. If she fails, town wins, otherwise cult wins. Assume she fails again. Therefore, I'd need to find Mafia with my tracker in this case.
Assume kill fails for some reason but recruit succeeds, leaving at 2-1-2 or 1-2-2. If the former, we eliminate Mafia and lose or in a 2v2. If town!LaserGuy is alive, we eliminate Zeniba, leaving us at 2v1. Identifying the mafia in this case would be useful. If the former and we eliminate cult leader, we are in 2-1-1. NK will put us at either 1-1-1 (so see earlier logic) or 2-1-0, in which case identifying Mafia would help me pick the right D7 elimination target. Conclusion: in both cases, I need to identify Mafia. If the latter, I don't think Town can win.
Assume both kill and recruit fail, then we're in 2-2-1 or 3-1-1. If the former, we eliminate Mafia or lose (mafia kill Zeniba N6 probably). Therefore, identifying Mafia would be helpful, although sporting them is harder if no kill. In this case, I hope to catch someone in a lie. 3-1-1 means we eliminate Cult Leader, then we end up, worst case, in 2-1, and still spotting Mafia is useful.
Conclusion, I think in every situation, spotting the mafia killer is more useful than identifying who Zeniba recruited.
Zeniba: almost certainly Cult Leader. Tracking her would make sense to identify the cult recruit, but not Mafia.
LaserGuy: still 99% certain he's town. If not, I don't think Town can win, as his double vote will be mostly impossible to overcome.
Seven: I've already said that I think Seven is likely town, so tracking him would only serve to confirm this.
Moody: by PoE, moody is likely Mafia. If I track him and there is a kill, I know he is likely Mafia. If I track him and he doesn't target the kill, I can confirm he didn't perform the kill. Given that every situation with 2 Mafia likely leads to a town loss, I can therefore assume he's not Mafia.
Taking another tack let's assume that we can identify Mafia without my ability. In that case, tracking the cult leader will spot the recruit. Without any indication of when a recruit will succeed, a failed recruit won't tell me anything useful. If there is a successful recruit, it will either be LaserGuy (in which case we will lose or LaserGuy will lose his double vote, and we'll be able to test this), me (in which case it doesn't matter) or one of the two possible remaining mafia candidates. In other words, ruling out or confirming one of those two candidates as Mafia by tracking them will be enough instead, as a successful recruit will mean the other is a Cult (once LaserGuy has confirmed his double vote).
Grand conclusion: I track moody. I think all non-losing paths I've got solved with this (barring weirdnesses).