A question with several answers, including one by me, was closed, and shortly afterwards it was deleted.
I can see what appears to be an active "reopen" button on the question itself. There is an active "undelete" button on my answer, but when I press it, I am told (logically enough) that I cannot undelete an answer to a deleted question.
I don't wish to take a position on whether the question should have been closed; it did indeed lack context, research effort, etc.; but deletion of the question and all its answers seems excessive to me.
Even if I'm wrong about that (I have very little feeling for "hot button" political issues in MSE - or indeed anywhere else! - and I know there is a long and sometimes bitter history behind this kind of issue in particular), I would like to cast a vote. But am I actually able to do that, and if so, how?
I can't find an answer here (sorry if I missed something): How does deleting work? What can cause a post to be deleted, and what does that actually mean? What are the criteria for deletion?