Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Orange), left, and California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris.U.S. Senate candidates&nbsp;Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris and Orange County Rep. Loretta Sanchez continue to spar over how many debates they will hold before the November election, but both have accepted invitations to&nbsp;at least one.The two will face off in Los Angeles on Oct. 5 for a debate sponsored by the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State Los Angeles and&nbsp;KABC-TV in Los Angeles.&nbsp;In early August, the Harris campaign announced that she had agreed to participate in just two debates before the general election, the Oct. 5 debate in Los Angeles and a Sept. 20 faceoff in Sacramento.Sanchez rejected the Sacramento debate.&nbsp;Her campaign&nbsp;said she has&nbsp;accepted the invitation to the Oct. 5 debate and three others, all to be held in Los Angeles and aired statewide, and on Tuesday she challenged Harris to agree to all four.The Harris campaign flatly rejected the other three candidate forums. Harris political consultant Sean Clegg said she had had &ldquo;closed the door on new debate invitations.&rdquo;The Sanchez campaign&nbsp;said it would&nbsp;continue to press for more.