The Indiana Debate Commission announced on Thursday that John Gregg, Mike Pence and Ruper Boneham have committed to three televised debates this fall.
The commission is also letting venues apply to host one of those debates.
The Indiana Debate Commission is an independent, bipartisan organization that helps coordinate debates.
Officials say it provides widespread access and voter participation across the state.
"When our organization was founded in 2007, the purpose of it was to be able to make debates accessible to the people. Our mission is to put voters first and that may seem like a simple, straight forward mission, but it's more complicated than you would think," said Max Jones, president of the Indiana Debate Commission. "So far it seems to be working well. For the most part, everyone seems satisfied that this is a good way to approach this. It is a big job but we think it's worthwhile and just keep pressing on."
The Commission hopes to announce debate locations and dates in August.
Organizers are also working on a senatorial debate.
You can submit your venue to host the debate from now until July 27. Applications are available here.