Below are the voices of people who know Kael best and in many different capacities. Their stories helped motivate him to run for political office.
“Elections are too often about the size of campaign war chests funded by lobbyists with little regard or attention given to what I believe are the most important dimensions of leadership: experience, trust, judgment, honesty, accountability, transparency, and empathy. And character and perseverance.”
Each of the clips in the first, compilation video comes from a longer, personal story from someone who knows Kael well. You can watch all of the videos in one playlist on our YouTube channel.
All of these people were generous with their time in sharing stories and the reasons why they believe Kael should be elected to Congress. You will hear a diverse cross-section of voices and contexts: ranging from his time in the war zones, the process behind writing his book, his strong commitment to veterans, perspectives on his teaching in Utah.