Nearly a week after Retired General Wesley Clark announced he`s seeking the democratic nomination for president- his Little Rock office is growing. Before having a candidate- the office consisted of a few dozen workers- now there are nearly 200. "I`m just astounded in seven days this has gone from not having a candidate to a campaign that`s hit the ground running," says Draft Clark organizer John Hlinko. Workers are busy answering phones and responding to what they say is the lifeblood of their movement- the internet. "Our main priority is making sure that every American who wants to be part of the movement is made part of the movement, so e-mails are returned and calls are returned," says Josh Margulies. The office has just signed a lease with the old Train Station. This will give them 5000 square feet of office space. Organizers hope to move in over the weekend.