In 1996, Bill Clinton won Arizona's Electoral College votes (all 8 of them) with a plurality of 46.5%, against Bob Dole's 44.3% and Ross Perot's 8%. Perot's share was generally perceived to be directly drawn from Dole votes and thereby helping Clinton, who won the general election with less than a majority of the popular vote.
Before Clinton in 1996, the most recent Democrat presidential candidate to win Arizona was Harry Truman in 1948.
The last time Indiana went for a Democrat in a presidential race was 1964.
For Carter in 1976
They voted Republican
LBJ in '64
Bush (R) carried Virginia in 2004.
The last US presidential election was in 2008; the nect will be in 2012.
Although the number of Electoral Votes a state may have can fluctuate, Arizona received 10 electoral votes in the last presidential election. These votes went in support of Republican Sen. John McCain.
129,0854,000 voted in the last US presidential election.
How many electoral votes did New Hampshire have in the last presidential election?
Montana is typically considered to be a Republican state. The last Democrat to carry the state in a presidential election was Bill Clinton in 1992. That being said, Montana currently has a Democratic governor and two Democratic senators.