Why don't I have voting buttons on a Jira issue?
Once you have created a Jira issue against a specification, you will see the voting buttons if the artifacts or pages referenced in your issue are included in the scope of the ballot.
How do I create issues against a specification when the artifact or page is not included in the scope of the ballot?
You're free to create issues against any artifact or page, but you can't vote against an issue unless it's tied to an issue or page that falls within the ballot scope. If you strongly feel that your comment does fall within the scope of the artifact, then choose a page that falls within the ballot scope (e.g. "(NA)") as one of your related artifacts. (If it hasn't been triaged, you should be able to 'edit' the issue to add additional related artifacts.)
Where do I find what is included in the scope of the ballot?
Most ballots will cover the full scope of the specification under ballot. For ballots that are limited to only certain pages or artifacts, the ballot overview page will list or describe which artifact(s) and/or page(s) fall within the scope of the ballot.
Please explain the automatically created JIRA tickets "No Vote..."
John Moehrke, you should watch the recorded webinar. It explains the Jira Projects and Issues. I will be updating FAQ's based on the feedback.