Execution List 2019

Last updated on November 13, 2019

Twenty prisoners have been executed in the United States in 2019. Seven states have carried out executions.

Since 1976
StateNameAgeRaceVictim RaceMethodDrug ProtocolYears From
Sentence To
1/30/191491TXRobert Jennings61Black1 Black maleLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)29
2/7/191492ALDomineque Ray42Black1 Black femaleLethal Injection3-drug (Midazolam)19
2/28/191493TXBillie Coble70White2 White males,
1 White female
Lethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)28
4/24/191494TXJohn William King ¥44White1 Black maleLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)20
5/2/191495GAScotty Garnell Morrow52Black2 Black femalesLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)19
5/16/191496ALMichael Samra42White1 White male,
3 White females
Lethal Injection3-drug (Midazolam)21
5/16/191497TNDonnie Edward Johnson68White1 White femaleLethal Injection3-drug (Midazolam)34
5/23/191498FLBobby Joe Long65White1 White femaleLethal Injection3-drug (Etomidate)34
5/30/191499ALChristopher Price46White1 White maleLethal Injection3-drug (Midazolam)17
6/20/191500GAMarion Wilson42Black1 Black maleLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)21
8/15/191501TNStephen Michael West56White2 White femaleElectrocutionN/A32
8/21/191502TXLarry Swearingen48White1 White femaleLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)19
8/22/191503FLGary Ray Bowles57White1 White maleLethal Injection3-drug (Etomidate)23
9/4/191504TXBilly Crutsinger64White2 White femalesLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)16
9/10/191505TXMark Soliz37Latino1 White femaleLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)7
9/25/191506TXRobert Sparks45Black2 Black malesLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)10
10/01/191507MORussell Bucklew51White1 White maleLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)22
11/04/191508SDCharles Rhines63White1 White maleLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)16
11/06/191509TXJusten Hall*38White1 White femaleLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)14
11/13/191510GARay Cromartie52Black1 White maleLethal Injection1-drug (Pentobarbital)22

Most states carry out executions with a three-drug lethal-injection protocol. Others use a single drug. The three-drug protocol typically begins with an anesthetic or sedative, followed by a second drug to paralyze the inmate and a third drug—typically potassium chloride—to stop the prisoner’s heart. The first drug used varies by state and is listed above for each execution.

ƒ female
* volunteer - an inmate who waived ordinary appeals that remained at the time of his or her execution
~ foreign national
¥ white defendant executed for murder of black victim