Former President Bill Clinton is planning a Sunday appearance in Arkansas to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry. But the state director of President Bush`s re-election campaign says Clinton will be campaigning for a nominee who is on the opposite side of the issues than most Arkansans. Kerry`s Arkansas campaign director Rodney Shelton says the details are still being worked out for Clinton`s visit. One factor is Clinton`s health -- he`s recovering from heart-bypass surgery. Shelton says North Little Rock`s Riverfront may be where Clinton speaks. Fourth District Congressman Mike Ross drew benefits from Clinton campaigning for him in 2000. Ross says Clinton`s appearance Sunday shows that Kerry can still win the state.