Will the field of Democratic hopefuls vying to take Gov. Corbett's job grow again?
Former state Auditor General Jack Wagner may be mulling a run for governor next year, sources tell the Tribune-Review.
The report says Wagner - who served in the state Senate and was Pittsburgh City Council president, is talking to donors and supporters and will likely make a decision in September.
Wagner would be coming off a loss in the mayoral primary but many feel he would be a strong stateiwde candidate having received 3.26 million votes in his re-election campaign in 2008 - more than Barack Obama. that year. He lost the 2010 gubernatorial primary to fellow Pittsburgh Democrat Dan Onorato. (See my profile of Wagner from the 2010 race here.)