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  Grass-roots groups aim to twist Clark’s arm
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Last EditedArmyDem  Jul 08, 2003 06:27pm
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News DateTuesday, July 8, 2003 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionTwo different groups of Arkansans highlighted their efforts Monday to persuade retired Gen. Wesley Clark to run for president.

The central Arkansas chapter of Washington, D. C.-based Draft Clark 2004 participated in a 100-city "Meet Up" on Monday night in which the various chapters gathered simultaneously in their cities to build support.

Also, a group called Arkansas for Clark, organized by Jeff Dailey, a son of Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey, announced Monday a petition drive to encourage Clark to seek the White House in 2004. Arkansans for Clark bills itself as "the first organized effort locally to support a General Clark presidential run."
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