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Voters go to the polls in El Salvador on Feb. 2, and Washington's large Salvadoran community will be watching closely. This is the first election in which emigres can vote by absentee ballot. But it's also a contest for the direction of a nation with a tepid economy that relies heavily on remittances from Salvadorans in the U.S. Kojo examines the challenges facing El Salvador and asks how the election will affect the Washington region's largest immigrant community.