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Clark Set to Enter 2004 Presidential Race
|Last Edited||DFWDem Sep 11, 2003 02:07pm|
|News Date||Thursday, September 11, 2003 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0|
|Description||By RON FOURNIER |
AP Political Writer
WASHINGTON -- Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark has told friends he is likely to become the 10th Democratic presidential candidate, a move that could shake up the crowded field just four months before the first ballots are cast.
Clark, 58, has not made a final decision, but the Arkansas resident has begun to recruit campaign staff and plans to announce his intentions next week, friends and party officials said on condition of anonymity.
Clark is scheduled to deliver a speech at the University of Iowa on Sept. 19, but he has said he'll make his decision before that. Officials say next week's announcement will likely be made in Little Rock, Ark.
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