All it takes to enter New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary on Feb. 18 is nerve and a $1,000 filing fee. Among the record 62 candidates who have rushed in where Mario Cuomo feared to tread:
Lenora Fulani. Thanks to her money-raising abilities, the 41-year-old developmental psychologist and leader of the left-wing New Alliance Party will receive more than $600,000 in federal matching funds, a sum exceeded only by Bush and Iowa Senator Tom Harkin.
Pat Paulsen. The television comedian, a veteran of several lighthearted campaigns, will run again in '92, despite having filed for personal bankruptcy.
Lyndon LaRouche. The wild-eyed libertarian,...