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I know that StackOverflow, etc. keep track of which items I've voted on, as I can't duplicate my vote, etc. But I don't see a way to directly access the items that I've voted on.

For example, I might have downvoted something and left a comment. If the item was edited to correct my complaint, I would like to be able to remove that vote, but I also don't want to bookmark every vote I make. It seems like the sites should present that information to me directly.

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There used to be a tab in the user profile that showed your recent voting history. But it's gone now.

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It also only showed the most recent activity. – Brad Gilbert Sep 28 '09 at 16:01
I sure wish they'd bring that back. It really helped me find posts that I'd looked at. – Lance Roberts Sep 28 '09 at 16:07
Changing from support to feature-request, then. – wfaulk Sep 28 '09 at 17:05

You can find all your downvotes, they are listed (-1) on your reputation page.

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This isn't completely true any more, as down votes on questions are now free. – Andy E Jun 2 '11 at 14:00

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