I was the one who deleted your account. I did so because I had very clear evidence that you were acting as a sock puppet of another user. I've already provided a warning to the other account.
I can't describe publicly some of the information that led me to believe this, but I can provide some indication of what led me to this conclusion. First, you and another user very clearly were targeting votes to one another. It was also obvious that you were the only two users at a particular location.
However, what caused me to finally remove your account was the fact this other account recently got into several rather heated arguments in comments (which involved some fairly abusive language by that user). In those arguments, you came in immediately after them and supported them with comments that made you seem like a neutral party. You also upvoted all of their comments, making them seem like they had support. Also, a name of "John Smith" doesn't instill confidence when combined with all the above.
It is our policy in cases where we strongly believe a user is a sock puppet to delete the account and warn the primary if the abuse is blatant. Deletions, while destructive, can be reversed to some degree, as happened here.
I have documented the evidence I found using the internal moderator tools for other moderators and SE employees to review.
If you are indeed a discrete individual, you very clearly know the other person involved here and are working together with them. This needs to stop, particularly when it comes to being rude to others in comments. Also, please do not exchange votes between each other based solely on the fact that you're friends or coworkers. Votes need to come based on the content in question, not the person behind it.
If I have made a mistake here, I apologize, but I've tried to explain as best I could what caused me to act in this way.