Campaign launches new ads highlighting Army Combat Veteran Kyle Kaiser 
ANCHORAGE, AK – Today, U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski’s (R-Alaska) re-election campaign announced the shipment of its newest advertisement. The ad features Kyle Kaiser of Chugiak, Alaska, a U.S. Army veteran who did combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, and a co-founder of Viper Transitions, a non-profit organization that provides free training to service members and military spouses who are transitioning out of the military. 

“Our campaign’s newest ad is first and foremost a ‘thank you’ to Kyle and the many Alaskans and Americans who devote their lives to defending our country,” said Shea Siegert, campaign spokesperson. “Alaska has more veterans per capita than any other state and Lisa is committed to ensuring our veterans get the benefits they deserve.
Veteran – Kyle Kaiser

[Kyle Kaiser]: “I served in the Army and did combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.
I’ve lost too many brothers I served with to suicide and that’s why I’m an advocate today.
Lisa Murkowski has been a true champion for Alaska’s veterans.
She secured funding for mental health services, for substance abuse programs, and job training programs, to help veterans take control of their lives.
Lisa Murkowski is a strong leader with a big heart.”
[Narrator]: “Lisa Murkowski is for Alaska’s veterans, Always.”