I down-voted a question here on Meta Stack Overflow that was first closed by five users, and then deleted by a moderator.
My reputation shows a down-vote, a un-down-vote, and a down-vote (the reputation list is ordered by time).
While I understand the down-vote, and the "reversed down-vote," I don't understand the third entry. The question doesn't have an answer; therefore, all the entries are referring to the question, which is where the link reported in those entries takes me.
I simple down-voted the question; I didn't down-vote, then reversed it, and down-voted again. The question is still shown down-voted from me.
Why does the reputation list report three entries, instead of two? Is that the expected behavior?
Looking at my reputation page, I now see just two entries about that question.
To make a comparison, in this question (now deleted) I had an answer that was up-voted twice, and accepted. My reputation page reports the following, for that question:
It reports that I lost the reputation gained with the up-votes (2), and because my answer was removed as accepted answer. One of the two entries is reported as deleted which doesn't happen with the other question.