Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark is quickly making a mark in the polls. Clark announced he would seek his party`s nomination just six days ago. In a head-to-head matchup against President Bush, a new poll shows Clark would get 49 percent to 46 percent for Bush. The CNN/USA Today-Gallup poll has a margin of error that puts the theoretical race in a dead heat. The poll shows several other Democrats who have been in the race for months also were close to Bush in direct matchups. Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts and Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut also were tied with the president, while Bush held a slight lead over former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and Representative Dick Gephardt of Missouri. Clark traveled to South Carolina yesterday, where he spoke at The Citadel. He`s set to participate Thursday with other Democratic candidates in a debate on the economy. News 4 Arkansas will be there as well and will bring you live reports on the outcome of that debate.