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THE GOVERNOR’S RACE | ON THE TRAIL

Cahill brushes off critics, odds

Despite poor poll numbers, the independent puts in 13-hour days, insists he is in it to win

Timothy P. Cahill greeted Sara Cleveland and other customers at the Owl Diner as he campaigned in Lowell. Timothy P. Cahill greeted Sara Cleveland and other customers at the Owl Diner as he campaigned in Lowell. (Yoon S. Byun/ Globe Staff)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / October 21, 2010

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In the predawn glow of a radio studio, Timothy P. Cahill listens with his chin thrust up at the microphone while a caller rants. (Full article: 2064 words)

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