CHICAGO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The days on which U.S. presidential elections are held every four years are hazardous -- and not just for politicians. It turns out that more people die in traffic accidents on those days than comparable days one week before and one week later, according to a study published on Tuesday. Reasons for the jump in fatalities could range from increased traffic and distracted or unfit drivers on the road to people traveling unfamiliar routes or simply being in a ...
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