The Wolfishar general election, 2001 was the third multiparty election in Wolfishar.
Major party campaignsEdit
New Left PartyEdit
The New Left Party continued the campaign strategy used in 1997.
The Reform Party campaigned on tax issues.
Social Liberal PartyEdit
Minor party campaignsEdit
New Communist PartyEdit
The New Communist Party campaigned on promoting a socialist economy and the slogan "We still have a voice"
The Agrarianist Party continued the campaign strategy used in 1997.
|Party||Leader||Leader's seat||Candidates||Seats before||Seats after||Difference|
|New Left Party||Tony Barnes||Wolfshire City, Urban||20||17||19||+2|
|Reform Party||Michael Hammond||Croxton||20||1||1||0|
|Social Liberal Party||Charlie Kennes||Ran in Wolfshire City, Suburban; lost seat||20||2||0||-2|
|New Communist Party||Michael Gorbsky||Ran in Wolfshire City, Urban; did not win seat||1||0||0||0|
|Agrarianist Party||Andy Grains||Ran in Farmlands; did not win seat||1||0||0||0|
- Prime Minister: Tony Barnes, New Left
- Leader of the Opposition: Michael Hammond, Reform
- Speaker: John Barkston, New Left