Five people, including myself, voted to reopen a closed question, and it was therefore reopened. Shortly thereafter, a moderator unilaterally re-closed the question using a different close reason. I believe the new reason is also invalid, so I would like to vote to reopen the question again. When I click the "reopen" link, however, I get an error message: You have already voted to reopen this question.
It seems clear to me that my vote to reopen the question after the first closure should not prevent me from voting to reopen the question after a second closure for a completely different (and, in my opinion, also invalid) reason. No one wants more edit wars, but my vote is only one of five that are necessary to reopen a question, and the way things are structured now seems ripe for misuse.