Candidate Interviews: Tim Cahill

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Tim Cahill in WBUR's studios in May. (Andrew Phelps/WBUR)
Tim Cahill in WBUR's studios in May (Andrew Phelps/WBUR)

We conclude our interviews with the candidates for Massachusetts governor with Independent Tim Cahill.

Cahill, a former Democrat and the current state treasurer, has been campaigning for more than a year now. But for months he has polled well below the two major party candidates: incumbent Democrat Deval Patrick and Republican Charlie Baker.

Cahill's campaign has experienced serious setbacks, including the defections of his running mate, Republican Paul Loscocco, who then endorsed Baker, and several of his top campaign aides, whom he is currently suing. But Cahill has picked up the support of numerous police unions, and he started the race with a sizeable war chest.

With only a few days left to go in the campaign, Radio Boston sits down in the studio with Cahill to discuss what has kept him in the race and how he feels about his chances of winning. He takes your calls.

What do you want to ask Independent Tim Cahill? Leave your questions in the comments.

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This program aired on October 29, 2010.


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