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Pat Buchanan's campaign beat the sun to the New Hampshire secretary of state's office, arriving at 5 a.m. this morning to file for the leadoff primary. "New Hampshire is going to be the breakthrough state for the Buchanan campaign," the candidate declared after paying the requisite $1,000 filing fee. Candidates have two weeks to file for the February 20 vote, but the Buchananites weren't shivering in the cold alone. Close behind was seven-time candidate Billy Joe Clegg, a Mississippi minister, followed by "The Hemp Lady," Caroline Killeen of Flagstaff, Arizona, whose platform centerpiece is reforming marijuana laws.