Two Senate candidates from Florida have agreed to an “open debate.”

Public vote would determine the questions, and a bipartisan group hopes this serves as a model for future presidential contests.

Prior to next Monday’s debate, people nationwide can send questions.

Florida residents can decide what to ask.

The Open Debate Coalition says moderators would then choose from among the top 30 choices.

Congressmen Alan Grayson and David Jolly have agreed to participate.

Congressman Patrick Murphy has declined.