(ANGOLA) - Two of the three Democrats who will appear on the May Congressional Primary ballot spoke to Saturday's breakfast meeting of Steuben County Democrats. Justin Kuhnle said he wants to interact with people on a more personal basis. He added he was in favor of job growth for small businesses and he believes teachers need to have resources to be effective for their students. Jim Redmond said he was a political moderate and that governing is the art of compromise. He conceeded there is no way he could match incumbent Congressman Marlin Stutzman's campaign war chest of $722,000 but he planned to raise questions about what kind of strings are attached to the money Stutzman has raised. As for the May Primary, Steuben County Democratic Party Chair Judy Rowe told party members they don't help their party when they cross over and vote for so-called weak Republican candidates.