The problem with tracking moving targets is, if they're any good at all, is that they're not exposed for very long. The same targets keep popping up in different places.
In its own way, that seems to be happening amongst the Harper Conservative war room crowd.
Saskboy brought up an interesting name affiliated with this. Ryan Sparrow. Yes, this Ryan Sparrow.
A quick look at Crestview Strategy, child of Mark Spiro (Former leader of the Target Seat Management Unit) and the home for more than one federal lobbyist reveals a veritable who's who of Harper operatives.
Along with Ryan Sparrow we find Ivanna Baran. Don't know her? You'll find her name on this list.
Then, also at Crestview, there is Mike Donison. Yes, you've read his name here before. He is the former national director of the Conservative Party of Canada and gained some notoriety during the "in-and-out" scheme. He was initially charged under the Elections Act and was let off the hook when the party and the Conservative Fund came to a plea agreement which saw the party and its fundraising mechanism pay $52,000 in fines. All of that happened after Donison called some of his party brethren "turds" for refusing to participate in the "in-and-out" scheme because they sensed something wrong.
Crestview is looking like a Harper operative recycling operation.
But when it comes to moving targets you have to head over to The Gazetteer. There you'll find evidence of one particularly mobile Harper operative: Michael Sona.
He showed up in Ottawa ... with a Minister ... in National Caucus ... waiting "... to see what the PM has to say to us in Cabinet ..."