Sunday August 10, 2003 -- Posted at 1:44 p.m. CDT
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- There's now a Draft-Clark-for-President headquarters in retired Army General Wesley Clark's hometown. The national headquarters of the Draft Clark 2004 for President Committee opened Saturday with an open house in a downtown office building at Little Rock.
Clark, who grew up in Little Rock, is a Rhodes Scholar, West Point graduate and former NATO commander. The 58-year-old also is a former foreign policy analyst for C-N-N.
Draft-Clark spokesman Jeff Dailey said people are excited about the prospect of Clark getting in the race. Dailey said Americans are hungry for someone with Clark's leadership in domestic and