Sen. Kay Hagan (left), D-N.C., and North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis (right), shake hands as Libertarian Party Senate candidate Sean Haugh (center) looks on prior to a live televised debate at WECT studios in Wilmington, N.C. on Oct. 9, 2014. (Gerry Broome/AP Photo/Pool)
Sen. Kay Hagan (left), D-N.C., and North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis (right), shake hands as Libertarian Party Senate candidate Sean Haugh (center) looks on prior to a live televised debate at WECT studios in Wilmington, N.C. on Oct. 9, 2014. (Gerry Broome/AP Photo/Pool) AP
Sen. Kay Hagan (left), D-N.C., and North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis (right), shake hands as Libertarian Party Senate candidate Sean Haugh (center) looks on prior to a live televised debate at WECT studios in Wilmington, N.C. on Oct. 9, 2014. (Gerry Broome/AP Photo/Pool) AP

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