Looks like he’s in:
Wesley Clark, the retired general with a four-star military resume but no political experience, decided Tuesday to become the 10th Democratic presidential candidate, officials close to him said.
Mark Fabiani, a spokesman for Clark, did not reveal the decision, but sources close to the former Army general said he told his fledgling campaign team that he’s in the race. The announcement will be made at 1 p.m. EDT Wednesday in Little Rock, sources said.
Which candidate is hurt most if Clark jumps in? More later. . .