(February 2, 2004) - (McAlester, Oklahoma-AP) -- Drivers of Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark's three-car caravan now have Oklahoma speeding tickets to pay. The caravan was heading to Oklahoma City from McAlester just after midnight yesterday when it was stopped by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper. The lead car driven by Clark staffer Reid Cherlin carried Clark and foreign policy advisory Jamie Rubin. The trooper says he clocked the car at 88 miles per hour in a 75 mile an hour zone. Cherlin says he had the cruise control set for 83 miles per hour. Cherlin and the other two drivers were each given 150-dollar speeding tickets.