Report: Steve Schuh’s temper leads to fireworks at GOP dinner


The Anne Arundel County GOP held their Lincoln-Reagan Dinner last night at Michael’s Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie (I’ll have more on the dinner itself later.) For a second year in a row, there were fireworks.

This year the fireworks appear to have involved Delegate Steve Schuh (owner of the Ferrari pictured above) and Scott Shaffer. Shaffer is a member of the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee and is supporting Schuh’s opponent (Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman.)

Monday night, Shaffer made this snarky post on Facebook – which was a thinly-veiled reference to Schuh:


Last night, Shaffer was apparently putting up signs for Neuman when Schuh approached him. There were reportedly numerous witnesses to the Schuh tirade that ensued. Witnesses reported that Schuh was “livid” as he “cursed out” Shaffer and yelled at him about the Facebook post above. One source said that Schuh “exploded” at Shaffer and was “bombastic.” Schuh took issue with the Ferrari reference in Shaffer’s post and claimed Shaffer must be jealous of his wealth. Schuh also reportedly argued about the tax references in Shaffer’s post and claimed to not remember the votes Shaffer was referring to.

Schuh also reportedly referred to Shaffer as an “asshole” and a “dickhead.”

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  1. Terrific. I pin my hopes on these guys working together to remove the Marxists from this state in November, and all I can see so far is a style of arguing more suited to middle school students than leaders. Get me the hell out of this state.

  2. When asked for comment, Shuh responded with, “but he said mean things about me on the Facebook!”