After two top Democrats say no to running for governor, G-O-P incumbent Scott Walker goes on the offensive. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Walker held a private conference call Thursday with several dozen key campaign donors and fundraisers. And while he stopped short of declaring his candidacy, Walker said he’s “ready” for the prospect of seeking a third four year term in 2018, and declared he’s “as excited” as ever about “Wisconsin’s future.” Former state Senator and cabinet member Tim Cullen said Wednesday he would not run, saying he could not raise anywhere near the 40-million dollars he thinks Walker will raise for a campaign. House Democrat Ron Kind recently said no for a third time to running against Walker, who’s been speaking at G-O-P political events, schools, and businesses about his conservative agenda.