Paul Rogers - Tory candidate for Clwyd South
John Broughton - Tory agent for Clwyd South and True Wales campaigner
Nick Bourne - leader of the Tory Party in Wales
Which one is the real face of the Tory party in Wales?
First, there's the official version - Nick Bourne and his 12 Tory AMs have signed up to the "yes" campaign and greater powers for the Assembly.
Then there's the grassroots version - John Broughton, the Tory agent for Clwyd South and a dedicated campaigner for the "no" campaign through True Wales. So dedicated is this Corwen-based right-winger that posted this on Twitter:
My statement to every candidate for the Welsh Assembly election in May 11 - if you support additional powers I will not help in any way
Finally, there's the Paul Rogers dilemma. Will he come out and back his leader? Or will he stay out of the fray and hope the whole issue goes away? He certainly did the latter when it came to the vote in Wrecsam Council earlier this month. Cllr Rogers was nowhere to be seen.
But as the referendum approaches it's clear that Broughton is getting more and more excitable, so expect to see him put greater pressure on his candidate to come out as a devo-sceptic. That won't go down well with the party hierarchy, but then they're not delivering his leaflets...