Former state treasurer Timothy Cahill, accused of orchestrating a publicly funded advertising blitz to boost his 2010 campaign for governor, vowed Tuesday to fight the charges, calling the $1.5 million state lottery campaign “the right thing to do.’’ Cahill, who will be arraigned Wednesday on public corruption charges, defended his actions and maintained he had done nothing wrong.
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