It’s all up to the chairman of the Missouri Reform Party to decide whether Pat Buchanan or John Hagelin will be at the top of the party’s presidential ticket in November. Buchanan won one convention this past weekend in Long Beach, California. Hagelin won an alternative convention. Reform’s candidate for governor here in Missouri, Richard Kline, says chairman Bill Lewin has a very tough decision to make. Kline isn’t optimistic the two factions of the party can reunite at the national level, but he says there is unity at the state level.