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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.

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Arizona has 11 electoral votes as of April 7, 2008. to find the answer you may follow the following link. http://www.answers.com/how%20many%20electoral%20votes%20does%20arizona%20have

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Arizona has 10 electoral votes and in the 2008 Presidential election they were won by John McCain.

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Arizona has 11 electoral votes.

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