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Tim Cahill had known his 2010 campaign was lost

Timothy Cahill’s number two at the state Treasury was a volunteer on his 2010 gubernatorial campaign, though a conversation with the candidate at his Quincy headquarters shook her desire to continue helping, she testified Monday.

Grace Lee, former first deputy treasurer, said she visited the headquarters on state primary day, Sept. 14, 2010. When ­Cahill arrived at the offices, she spoke to him about Treasury business, including concerns Mark Cavanagh, then executive director of the Massachusetts State Lottery, had raised about a series of lottery ads that were in the works before the gubernatorial election in which ­Cahill was a candidate.

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