Mike Schlossberg's opinion piece in the Morning Call was rich in irony. He was rallying against House Bill 1300, which he called a vile attempt to undercut our democracy. Mike felt that the bill would make voting less convenient, something that he knows about and cherishes. Mike likes voting to be easy, even when he's casting a vote for someone else.
In 2015, Mike was caught voting for a representative who was not in attendance at the state house. Furthermore, it was determined that he had no permission from the missing representative to do so, and that the vote cast didn't even reflect that representative's preference. This being Pennsylvania, Scholossberg's punishment was a silent reprimand.
Adding to my amusement was a column by Bill White. In it Bill claims that he always advocated for term limits. I don't recall Bill ever saying that Mike has been there too long... Bill never gets that specific.
Mike went directly from college to the state house, and into the Morning Call's good graces.