Major party campaignsEdit
The Reform Party harshly criticized the regime of the Communist Party of Wolfishar, comparing it to the totalitarianism of the Iron Curtain states. They also campaigned on an anti-tax platform. They attacked rivals New Left Party as being "puppets" of the Communist Party.
Social Liberal PartyEdit
The Social Liberal Party campaigned with the slogan "Sensibility in '92". They supported a social-democratic mixed economy, criticizing the radicalism of the other major parties.
New Left PartyEdit
The New Left Party attacked the Reform Party as propagandists and rejected links to the Communist Party. They did not mention the Social Liberal Party in their campaigns.
The Communist Party campaigned on a ferocious anti-capitalist platform. They attacked the Reform Party as being in support of a social hierachy and greed. They also attacked the Social Liberals as being too moderate.
Minor party campaignsEdit
The newly formed Agrarianist Party campaigned on an agrarian and social-democratic platform, and insisted themselves to be the most sensible option in the sole constituency, Farmlands, in which they ran. They promoted themselves as more left-wing than the Social Liberals but not as left-wing as the New Left and Communist parties.
|Party||Leader||Leader's seat||Candidates||Seats before||Seats after||Difference|
|Reform Party||John Minor||Croxton||20||0||17||+17|
|Social Liberal Party||Charlie Kennes||Wolfshire City, Suburban||20||0||3||+3|
|New Left Party||Nick Kinnal||Ran in Torsdale; did not win seat||20||0||0||0|
|Communist Party of Wolfishar||Michael Gorbsky||Ran in Wolfshire City, Urban; lost seat||20||20||0||-20|
|Agrarianist Party||Andy Grains||Ran in Farmlands; did not win seat||1||0||0||0|
- Prime Minister: John Minor, Reform
- Leader of the Opposition: Charlie Kennes, Social Liberal
- Speaker: Maine Sherly, Independent Reform
Maine Sherly was elected as a Reform Party candidate but left the party in 1993.