I just went through the Reopen Votes review queue and found this question (A), which is currently closed as a dupe of this question (B), which is currently closed as "unclear what you're asking". Had I known all this at the start, I would've voted to reopen A and leave B closed as the poorer - albeit older - of the two duplicate questions. But I came across B first and voted to reopen it (the text of the question doesn't say, but the tags do), then came across A and voted to reopen that too (having been told the site policy on closing story ID questions as dupes).
I'm just saying all that so the mods know why I voted to reopen both and don't ban me from the review queues on this basis. Irrelevant backstory aside...
Is there a way I can retract a reopen vote?
Retracting close votes is easy - just click on the 'close' button as if you're voting to close again, but then you can 'Retract Close Vote' instead of 'Vote to Close'. But when I click on the 'reopen' button as if I'm voting to reopen again, all I get is an error message saying 'you have already voted to reopn'. Is there another way to do it?