I realized a confusion in the word "voting". Currently, you can either "vote to close", "vote to re-open", "vote to delete", or "upvote/downvote". Refer to a comment of mine on this question. I am mentioning "No votes" but my intention was "No upvote/downvote" although I did vote to close. I realize this statement could lead to confusion.
I propose that the term "vote" in relation to closing/reopening should be changed to "nominate" instead. The word still fits, yet is far different from a "vote". Plus, technically a "vote" is performed by a various number of people, whereas a "nomination" is performed by a smaller number of people (in this case 5). This would clear the confusion in the term "vote" so you really know what someone means by a "vote".
I understand the word "nominate" may not be the best fit for this situation, but I generally am aiming for another term than "vote", just to separate the concept of up/down voting from other voting. It could also consist of changing upvote/downvote to something such as like/dislike or even just good/bad.