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Rumors of Loscocco’s exit were swirling before defection

Timothy Cahill (left) in February with then-running mate Paul Loscocco. Timothy Cahill (left) in February with then-running mate Paul Loscocco. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Associated Press)
By Brian C. Mooney and Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / October 3, 2010

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Timothy P. Cahill only learned Friday morning that his running mate, Paul J.P. Loscocco, was dropping out of the race to endorse one of his opponents, but rumors of the impending defection were circulating in Republican circles for almost a week, a friend of Loscocco’s told the Globe. (Full article: 929 words)

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