The chairman of President Bush`s re-election campaign says he expects no problems with the effort in Arkansas to re-elect the president despite problems with the state party. Bush campaign chairman Marc Racicot says there are problems within both party structures at times that have to be dealt with by local officials. He says Republicans in Arkansas are united behind re-electing Bush to a second term next year. Bush campaign chairman Marc Racicot, a former Montana governor and chairman of the Republican National Committee, was in Little Rock today. He announced Governor Mike Huckabee and Lieutenant Governor Winthrop Rockefeller to head the Bush-Cheney effort in Arkansas for next years election. He spoke as state GOP leadership tries to get a handle on hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt and negotiate a the amount of a fine the party must pay for violations of campaign finance rules in 1999 and 2000.