Gov. Scott Walker is considering a 2016 presidential run, according to the Associated Press.
"My personal process is I have to feel like it's a calling,” Walker said in an interview with AP. “It's not something you should yearn for.”
Walker was recently re-elected to a second term as governor, but he said it was “pretty obvious” he should contemplate running for president if “the state's performing at the best possible level.”
“I spend a lot of time not just talking with people but praying about, thinking about with my family as well whether or not eventually that might be a call to run for the presidency,” Walker said.
Right now, Walker said he is focused on implementing his second-term agenda and passing a new two-year state budget.
Walker said the time needed to pass the budget will affect when he makes his decision.