Retired general Wesley Clark isn`t the only one gaining on former Vermont governor Howard Dean in New Hampshire. Senator John Kerry beat Dean in the Iowa caucuses last night, and Kerry has been moving up in New Hampshire, too. Clark says his positive message of values and programs to help the nation -- and his opposition to the war in Iraq -- have resonated with voters. Clark says his record as a general trumps Kerry`s own war record. Clark has a full schedule in the Granite State leading up to next Tuesday`s Democratic presidential primary. Clark`s campaign says he will end a daylong bus swing through New Hampshire next Monday near midnight in Dixville Notch. Dixville Notch and Hart`s Location -- will be the first to vote in next Tuesday`s primary, as they do in presidential elections. Both have a tradition in which all citizens vote at midnight after which the votes are counted. Clark`s campaign is based in his hometown of Little Rock.