MAJURO Marshall Islands - The Nov. 21 national election in the Marshall Islands could be the first in 32 years of constitutional government to be heavily influenced by voters living in the United States. Two other developments highlight how this month's election is unique in many aspects: The most women ever are running for Nitijela (parliament) seats and Internet technology - Facebook and Skype - is playing a key role in the campaign for the off-shore vote . . .
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