Once Republicans in Virginia decide on their nominee to run against Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., in November, the incumbent wants to debate the GOP nominee three times.

Warner’s campaign announced Monday that it is challenging the winner of Tuesday’s GOP primary to three general election debates, including one at a historically black college focused on racial equality and justice.

The former governor narrowly won re-election in 2014, but his seat in the U.S. Senate is considered safer this election cycle due to his advantages in name recognition and fundraising and the high turnout that a presidential election brings, which traditionally boosts Virginia Democrats.