There is hardly a significant campaign for high office that goes by without a fight over debates.
Will we have them? How many will have? Where will they be? What will the ground rules be?
And, in some cases, those questions never get answered – usually because of the intransigence of one candidate or another – and no debate ever happens.
But the 2018 gubernatorial race in Ohio will most certainly have debates.
In fact, there is one already scheduled.