General Wesley Clark campaign will go on despite a dismal third-place finish in the New Hampshire primary, aides say. Organizers insist they`re pleased with the General`s performance in New Hampshire even though he picked up fewer delegates than expected. One political observer says Clark`s campaign suffered from his late entry into the presidential race, but it`s not too late for him to turn things around. "He can`t just be the candidate who`s most electable against Bush," says Art English, a political science professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. "Obviously many people believe Edwards right be that candidate or Kerry mgiht be that candidate," he says. Clark spent Wednesday campaigning in Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma.