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After a long day of talking to Republican consultants and activists at the party's convention in Santa Clara, the campaigning followed me back to my room at the Hyatt Regency hotel.

One of the stations on the hotel television was playing on an endless loop a commercial targeting gubernatorial candidate Steve Poizner for allegedly flip-flopping his positions.

In the morning, this collection of fliers awaited me by my door.

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Two attack Poizner, while one goes after his rival Meg Whitman for also flip-flopping.

The fourth one, a holographic post card, riffs on the infamous "demon sheep" Web ad launched by U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina accusing rival Tom Campbell of being a fake fiscal conscervative.

From one angle, the card looks like a contribe Campbell.

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From another, it's a spooky visage of said demon sheep.

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The card is credited to FCino.com, an anti-Campbell site paid for by Fiorina's campaign.

The campaigning didn't get this intense at the last Republican convention held in September in Indian Wells. The primary must be less than three months away...

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