Now that it`s official, the Clark campaign is officially working overtime to bring in some much-needed campaign cash. The retired general`s supporters estimate more than $1.5 million in pledges and more on the way. That`s a good thing for the campaign, considering the big money raised by many of his challengers. Leading the way are: former Vermont Governor Howard Dean-- $10.5 million North Carolina Senator John Edwards-- $11 million Mass. Senator John Kerry-- $16 million All of the Democratic fundraising is relatively little compared to their opponent on the other side of the political aisle. President Bush`s campaign has raised more than $30 million. Still, Clark supporters say he`s a strong candidate, regardless of where he ranks on the money-raising list. Representative Marion Berry, no stranger to fundraising himself, explains, "He`s a unique individual at a unique time and I think the two fit together so nicely that it`s possibly going to make money not as important as it would have been."