Governor Scott Walker says Democratic groups are moving their focus from national elections to the state level. As a result, the Wisconsin Republican says he’s more afraid about the money the Democrats attract, than which of a dozen or so Democrats will be his opponent next November. Walker chairs the Republican Governors Association, and he spoke to the group in Austin, Texas this week about Democrat Ralph Northam’s nine-point victory in the recent Virginia governor’s race — in which Republican Ed Gillespie was expected to run neck and neck. Walker said he wanted to know what drove the turnout in Virginia, what regions and types of voters supported Democrats — and what impact Washington had. Republicans will defend 26 governorships in 2018.