Former state treasurer Tim Cahill is halfway through his trial on corruption charges stemming from lottery ads he ran in his 2010 run for governor. Cahill’s decision to run was bizarre, but the prosecution he now faces is stranger still. For all the mistakes he made in his political career, going to prison for ads he doesn’t even appear in would be one of the strangest endings imaginable.
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