Wesley Clark isn`t saying yet whether he`ll enter the presidential race. But he had a big smile on his face when he drove away from a meeting at his Little Rock office this morning. Sources tell The Associated Press that the retired Army general is in. Clark met with campaign officials early this morning at his small headquarters building overlooking the Arkansas River near the complex housing Clinton`s presidential archives. As Clark left, he exchanged pleasantries about Arkansas but made no comment on his decision. Within minutes, one person at the meeting -- Skip Rutherford -- said he would play a role in Clark`s campaign. Rutherford is a close confidant of former President Clinton and the head of the foundation that is building Clinton`s presidential library. Clark is jumping into the race for the Democratic nomination just four months before the voting begins. That means he has to move fast to raise money and put a staff in place.