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Schuh requested on Monday a refund of the $1,000 he contributed to Moore’s campaign on Sept. 8. He expected Moore to drop out of the race amid the allegations. Schuh’s press office issued a statement Thursday to 11 News, saying, “The county executive does, in fact, believe that Judge Moore is a ‘creeper’ and should step aside.”Schuh sent an email to Moore’s chief of staff, Rich Hobson, saying, “Rich, as you know, I contributed to Mr. Moore’s campaign some time ago before these extremely concerning allegations about misconduct arose. The allegations are both numerous and credible. Accordingly, I would ask that my contribution to Mr. Moore be returned.”The donation has not yet been returned.Schuh joins other prominent Maryland Republican leaders who are calling on Moore to step aside. Early last month, Maryland’s top Republican leader, Gov. Larry Hogan called Moore “unfit for office.”Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, who is also former chairman of the Republican National Committee, also called on Moore to step down.Republican Harford County Executive Barry Glassman did not make a contribution to Moore, and neither did Republican Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman.