DALLAS - If Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton runs his presidency as he has the statehouse, local government officials in his home state say cities and counties will find a friend in the White House for the first time in years.

"Gov. Clinton has always been good to us," said Sharp County Judge Frank Arnold, who became a county executive in 1978, the year Clinton first became governor. "You're going to see him rebuild the infrastructure of this nation."

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