Seven of the eight Democrats running for Wisconsin governor are focusing their criticism on Republican Scott Walker. They met in a Madison forum Wednesday less than a week before the August 14th primary election. Front-runner Tony Evers took a swipe at the incumbent for saying he had no intention of visiting a Wisconsin prison. Evers called that his responsibility. Former lawmaker Kelda Roys said she’s the best candidate to beat Walker because she can earn support from married women in the suburbs. The Democrats offered almost no criticism of each other.