A group working to convince retired Army General Wesley Clark to run for president is moving its headquarters from Washington D.C. to Little Rock. Jeff Dailey of Little Rock is co-chairman of Arkansans for Clark. He says the coming move by Draft Clark 2004 to Arkansas gives local volunteers more encouragement about a potential presidential bid. Clark grew up in Little Rock. He`s a Rhodes Scholar, West Point graduate and former NATO commander. Clark has not agreed to run but says he`s seriously considering a bid for the presidency. If he does run, it would likely be as a Democrat. A series of Draft Clark meetings are planned around Arkansas for tonight, from Little Rock to Fayetteville to Mountain View.