On The Issues
National Security & Defense
As a military aviator who has flown over 100 combat sorties in Iraq and Afghanistan during Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom, Kai personally understands the cost of war. He will continue his fight for peace and diplomacy in Washington, D.C., and will advocate to avoid military action whenever possible. As a combat veteran, he believes all countries must comply with the Geneva Convention, even in conflict. Kai strongly opposes the use of torture under any circumstance and using money meant to efficiently and effectively equip our military members to build a wall on the U.S. Southern border. Kai supports NATO and the reaffirmation to NATO's Article 5 provision and strongly believes that the U.S. should be a leader in the world by bringing together multinational coalitions through the United Nations.