Bill Clinton`s planned visit to Arkansas this weekend to stump for John Kerry has taken the state election spotlight. But Governor Mike Huckabee led a Republican barnstorming effort yesterday to make sure President Bush doesn`t slip in the final days of the campaign. Huckabee and Lieutenant Governor Win Rockefeller visited seven Arkansas cities in 18 hours, taking planes from stop to stop. Huckabee said the trip was to shore up support among Bush supporters. He said he and the rest of the Bush campaign is confident most Arkansans support Bush, but he said he`s worried they`ll stay home and -- quote -- "this thing could tilt the other way." Huckabee also said Clinton should be careful about tarnishing his image in the final weeks before his presidential library opens in Little Rock with a gala international event. The governor said Clinton could take some of the shine off his library event if he comes to Arkansas and can`t deliver it for Kerry.