This morning, I noticed that question 74103 had two Close votes, and I went to the "review" page to cast my vote. However, it was not available to me for voting. I returned to the Question list and then to that particular question, which still had just two Close votes. About a minute later, I returned to the "review" page, but it still was not there. Finally, I returned to this question on the Question list, clicked on "Close" and cast my vote, which was accepted. This, together with my earlier question about the "First Posts" list, cause me to wonder about the completeness, or at least the timeliness, of the "review" queues.

  • I retagged this question for the time being. I seem to remember reading that the review queues are not supposed to be complete; I think there are delays and other filters applied. However I cannot find a reference at this time. If you are curious you should try searching Meta Stack Exchange yourself.
    – Mr.Wizard
    Feb 15 '15 at 14:57
  • Related, but not a clear answer to your question: (238698)
    – Mr.Wizard
    Feb 15 '15 at 15:00
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    @Mr.Wizard Meta StackExchange 179386 seems to answer my question, saying questions in a person's "Close Vote" queue are selected randomly. But, no details (e.g., what fraction are selected randomly) or explanation of "Why" are provided. Two other relevant, informative questions: 151698, 164288.
    – bbgodfrey
    Feb 15 '15 at 16:27

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