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The Reform Party can refer to a number of current and disbanded political parties of various ideologies.
- Reform Party of Canada, a major political party in Canada from 1987 until 2000 when it became the Canadian Alliance
- American Toleration and Reform Party, founded in Connecticut in the 1810s
- Reform Party (19th-century Wisconsin), a short-lived coalition of the 1870s
- Reform Party of the Hawaiian Kingdom
- Reform Party of the United States of America, founded in 1995 by Ross Perot
- American Reform Party, factional offshoot from the Reform Party of the United States, which only endorsed other party candidates
- Reform Party of Syria, a United States lobbying organization
- Reform Party (Northern Cyprus)
- Estonian Reform Party
- Reform Party (Greece) (defunct)
- Gibraltar Reform Party
- Norwegian Reform Party (defunct)
- Patriotic Party (defunct) of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, active in the late 18th century
- Reform Party (Hungary) (defunct), active in the 19th century
- Reform Party (Iceland) (2008– )
- Party of Reform (Moldova), now called Liberal Party
- Reform Party (United Kingdom) (defunct), active in the 19th century
- Democratic Reform Party (United Kingdom) (2011- )
- Reform Party (Norway)
- Reform Party (Norway, 1974) (defunct), active in 1974-1975
- Zatlers' Reform Party (Latvia) (2011– )
- Party of Reform, the former name of the Liberal Party of Moldova.
- Reform Jersey
- Reform Party (Ghana)
- Reform Party (Rhodesia)
- Reform Party (South Africa)
- Reform Party (Zambia)
- Reform and Renaissance Party (Egypt)
- Egyptian Reform Party
- Reform and Development Misruna Party (Egypt)
Asia and Oceania
- New Zealand Reform Party (defunct)
- Reform Party (Palestine)
- Reform Party (Singapore)
- Shinui, which means reform in Hebrew, an Israeli party.
- Al-Islah, which means reform in Arabic, is a Yemeni party.
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