(CNN)In the end, she didn't need her notes.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina delivered a closing statement in Thursday's early GOP debate that might have sounded familiar to the Twitterverse -- because another campaign found a copy of it on the hotel printer.
"Someone left their closing statement for tonight's @FoxNews debate in the hotel printer. Can you guess who?" tweeted Sen. Rand Paul's spokesman Sergio Gor an hour before the early debate began, complete with a picture of the closing statement paragraph.
Paul is participating in the prime-time debate as one of the top 10 polling candidates.
Though Gor did not reveal the culprit, Fiorina revealed herself as the origin with her closing remarks, which were almost word for word what Gor had posted hours before.
"Hillary Clinton lies about Benghazi, she lied about emails, she is still defending Planned Parenthood, and she is still her party's frontrunner," Fiorina said. "2016 is going to be a fight between conservatism and a Democrat Party that is undermining the very character of this nation. We need a nominee who is going to throw every punch, not pull punches, and someone who can not stumble before he even gets into the ring."
The accidental spoiler of her remarks coming out ahead of time didn't dampen Fiorina's night -- she came from the debate as the widely declared winner after landing several hits on her opponents onstage, in the broader primary and the Democrats.