California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has not yet decided whether he'll run for reelection in 2014, despite an aggressive fundraising schedule that has him well-prepared for a possible reelection fight.
"I am aware that in November of next year there will be an election, and I will make some decisions regarding that," he said.
The well-liked California governor has raised more than $13 million as of July 1, and continues to hold high-dollar fundraisers at the homes of Hollywood moguls like Disney Studio Chairman Alan Horn.
According to the Times, Brown has since July 1 raised more than $4.2 million from more than 120 donors.
He's spent relatively little of that money, and none on campaign consultants. If he decides to make a bid, he's expected to tap old friends to help him run his campaign.
So far, only two Republicans — former Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado and Republican Assemblyman Tim Donnelly — have said they will run for governor.