I'm not 100% what you're asking, but I'll just explain what happens, so hopefully it answers your question indirectly. You purchase a ticket for X DCR. When you either vote or revoke a ticket, a "stakebase" transaction is created. When it's a vote, the output amount will be X+6% of the non-reduced block subsidy. When it's a revocation, the output amount is just X. Since it's a "stakebase" transaction in both cases, it has to wait out the 256 block maturity period.