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Yes, this is by design. You need only 250 reputation for the "View close votes on own question" privilege, but it lets you cast close (and reopen) votes on your own question as well: This privilege allows you to view and cast close and reopen votes on your own questions. Yours is a different situation, but any user can (regardless of their reputation) ...


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I'm pretty sure this is the same case as @SebastianSimon found on Meta Stack Overflow. Apparently, this question hasn't been asked on Meta Stack Exchange yet (or my duplicate finding skills aren't working before the first coffee of the day). Your reputation tab shows no net changes for the day: Following the template from @Oded's answer there: Why ...


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No, a downvote from someone with less than 125 reputation points (or anonymous users) will not cost you any points. Those votes are recorded and you can find them in either the data.stackexchange tables or once you have enough privileges they are shown in the site tools. The downvotes won't suddenly count if you go over 125 reputation points. You would have ...


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