Breaking: Rep. Kahele Jumps into Hawaiʻi Governor's Race, Dealing Blow to Congress' NHPI Representation
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  • First-term Rep. Kai Kahele (D) announced Saturday that he will run for Hawaiʻi governor, a move that means one of Congress’ most visible proponents of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) data disaggregation will depart after less than two years in office.
  • Amid speculation over his political future, Kahele, only the second Native Hawaiian elected to serve in Congress, has recently come under heavy scrutiny because of his absence from Capitol Hill. 
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