Hawaii Democrat Representative Kai Kahele will reportedly retire from Congress at the end of his current term.
Kai Kahele also works at Hawaii Ailines and was accused of moonlighting as a pilot while voting by proxy in Washington, DC.
Instead of seeking another term in Congress, Kahele will run to be the governor of Hawaii.
Recently, Kai has come under scrutiny for working for Hawaiian Airlines while actively participating in Congress.
Hawaiian Airlines is an international airline that lobbies Congress for legislation Kai himself has jurisdiction over.
Kahele has co-sponsored four bills that would have directly impacted the aviation industry.
Kai has also only voted in person four times this year, and all of those came within the same three-day period.
Kahele reportedly earns around $120,000 per year as a pilot for the airline.
In comparison to the four votes cast in person, Kai has voted by proxy 120 times.
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