In this question on meta I requested that the [Edit] button on the Close Vote review queue items would not imply that I want to leave the question open.
The cause of this, is that questions are currently initiated to be voted to be closed without the "initiator" taking any effort to make the question more readable (spelling, grammar, formatting and removal of cruft (thanks, names, appreciation, pretty please, I am new to Linux, etc.)).
As there are normally at least four more people that have to read through the Q and agree with you to close the Q, it would be appropriate to make their lives somewhat easier by getting the question in a more presentable shape. I think it also gives a better message to the OP, as it is clear we put some effort in trying to get the Q in shape, but it is not enough.
Should we encourage the close vote "initiators" to edit (if appropriate/possible), and if so how can I/we do so?