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I can see how many reopen votes a question has received shortly after the votes were cast:

Image of the "reopen" button beneath a closed post, with 3 in parantheses, denoting that the post has 3 votes to reopen

However, after some time, they age away, and the reopen button no longer denotes that the reopen votes are, or were, there. Where can I see how many reopen votes a question has received?

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    You can't, if the votes weren't cast from the review queue and the closure/reopening wasn't successful the votes won't be visible.
    – bad_coder
    Jul 5 at 22:52
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    Closest thing to this question I've found is an FR that doesn't distinguish between votes a review item or outside the Close queue.
    – bad_coder
    Jul 6 at 0:37

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Close and reopen votes are in the timeline for diamond moderators, but I'm not sure that a mod would give the information out, especially since I can't think of a compelling reason why you would need it.

But the timeline also shows something that might be helpful: Reviews. If you're lucky, the reopen queue result page may show everyone who voted to reopen (example). You don't even need any privileges to check this, but for regular users the link to the review only shows up in the timeline after it's finished.

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  • Did you check for duplicates?
    – bad_coder
    Jul 5 at 23:14
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    @bad_coder I looked but I didn't find any questions that were both relevant and had a good answer.
    – Laurel
    Jul 5 at 23:17
  • With just 305 Qs I'm surprised no one asked before.
    – bad_coder
    Jul 5 at 23:20

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