MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Jim Doyle says he still hasn't decided on whether he will seek a third term in three years.
But the Democratic governor tells The Associated Press that he is going to continue aggressively raising money just in case he does go for it.
Doyle raised more than half a million dollars in the first six months of the year.
His yearly total will be released next month.
The governor says he won't decide on whether he'll go for another term "for some time."
But he adds, "I certainly am going to make sure that if I make the decision to run I'm in a good position to run and win."
There are no declared candidates for the 2010 governor's race.