[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/05/06/demonsheep2.jpg caption="A new Web video features an encore appearance for 'demon sheep.'"]Washington (CNN) - California politicos just can't seem to get their fill of mutton.
Following in the footsteps of Republican Carly Fiorina's Senate campaign, the California Democratic Party and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee have released a "demon sheep" Web video of their own.
In February, Fiorina released a quirky Web video accusing fellow Republican Rep. Tom Campbell of being a fiscal liberal – a jab that took the form of an ominous three-minute clip depicting gathering storm clouds and evil-looking livestock.
Fast forward three months and the tables have turned on Fiorina with the release of "Demon Sheep II," a faux movie trailer complete with plenty of red-eyed sheep and a narrator that says in a booming voice: "Carly has been very, very B-A-A-A-A-A-A-D."
The video, subtitled "The Fleecing of California," mainly targets Fiorina, but also mentions her fellow Republican candidates Tom Campbell and Chuck DeVore.
The video's narrator accuses Fiorina of pushing jobs oversees, illustrated by "demon sheep" being transplanted onto the Great Wall of China, in front of the Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower - places the ad asserts Fiorina shipped California jobs.
The winner of the Republican primary, now just over a month away, will take on Democrat Barbara Boxer in the general election.