ABC’s Jonathan Karl Is Moderating the First Senate Debates in Florida and North Carolina

The first one's tonight in North Carolina.

Writing in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl provided a look into a typical week of campaign coverage. For him, campaign trail typical involves items like 5:00 a.m. alarms, TV hits for Good Morning America in three different cities and multiple failed attempts to get Donald Trump to agree to an interview.

To his already dense schedule, Karl will be fitting in two turns as Senate debate moderator. The first is happening tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET in North Carolina, featuring incumbent Republican Sen. Richard Burr squaring off against Democratic challenger Deborah Ross in a close and fiercely fought race.

Four days later, Karl will be in Florida, moderating incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio‘s first debate with Rep. Patrick Murphy on Monday. There, he’ll be joined by WFTV anchors Greg Warmoth and Nancy Alvarez, as well as Politico’s Marc Caputo, who will all have questions for the candidates.