Georgia U.S. Senate hopefuls Michelle Nunn and David Perdue may appear in as many as five debates between now and election day.
Nunn, a Democrat, announced on Tuesday that she has accepted invitations from various organizations around the state.
Perdue and Nunn have already met each other once on stage, two weeks ago at a congressional luncheon held in Macon.
Emory political scientist Merle Black told NewsRadio 106.7 that Nunn put in a better performance than Perdue.
“You’d think Perdue would’ve had a slight experience advantage,” Black says, noting Perdue debated several other GOP contenders during a crowded Republican primary. “But in that first encounter, Nunn turned the tables on him. What we’ll have to see if whether Perdue learns from that experience.”