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Quiz: Can North Carolina hold on to its last bit of blue?

Incumbent Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan is trying to hold on in this conservative-leaning state.
Kay Hagan, Thom Tills
Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., left, and North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis participate in a live televised debate at UNC-TV studios in Research...

Incumbent Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan is trying to hold on in this conservative-leaning state.

Recent polling suggests Hagan holding a small but consistent lead against her Republican rival, House Speaker Tom Tillis. A new CNN/ORC survey shows Hagan ahead by three points. She has repeatedly criticized Tillis on cuts to education spending, his support for a constitutional personhood amendment and for pushing a photo voter ID law in his state. In recent weeks, Tillis has launched attack ads on Hagan, accusing her of staying mum on ISIS and missing meetings of the Senate Armed Services Committee, of which she is a member.

Libertarian candidate Sean Haugh (a pizza delivery man) could shake up the race. Strategists believe he could siphon votes from Tillis and essentially help hand Hagan a win.

Have you been following the heated North Carolina Senate race? Test your knowledge of the candidates and state politics:

An apparent "flip-flop" by Hagan on one of these issues has recently become a key talking point for Tillis.

Hagan slammed the bill stating, "I'm glad any state legislator in Raleigh isn't my doctor." She called the quick passage of the bill a "sneak attack."

The pizza delivery man is running as a Libertarian against Hagan and Tillis.

Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis played a key role in shepherding North Carolina's new voting law through the legislature last year as speaker of the state House.

Many Democrats running in 2014 have been reluctant to voice their support of the President.

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