Scheduled Executions in Texas

Texas has passed 500 executions in the modern era since the 1976 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the death penalty was constitutional. Texas conducted its first execution after the ruling in 1982.

To express your opposition to any execution, you can contact Governor Rick Perry’s office at 512 463 2000. If you call after business hours, you can leave a voice mail message. During business hours, someone should answer the phone. You can also send a message using a form on Perry’s official website.

Richard Vasquez’s January 15, 2015 date was STAYED on Jan 5 and reset for April 23.

519) Arnold Prieto, January 21, 2015   (First Execution Under Gov. Abbott)

520) Garcia White, January 28 ,2015

521) Robert Ladd, January 29, 2015

522) Donald Newbury, February 4, 2015

523) Lester Bower, Jr, February 10, 2015

524) Rodney Reed, March 5, 2015

525) Manuel Vasquez, March 11, 2015

526) Randall Mays, March 18, 2015

527) Kent Sprouse, April 9, 2015

528) Manuel Garza, April 15, 2015

529) Richard Vasquez, April 23, 2015

530) Robert Pruett, April 28, 2015

531) Charles Derrick, May 12, 2015

One Response to Scheduled Executions

  1. Mrs Flood says:

    Help Save Richard Vasquez he’s due to be exercuted on the 15th January 2015 he should Not die can you imagine a child aged nine given heroine by his own father? Plus his mother Really what a monster then Richard ends up with a girl who also was an addict and mother of little (Miranda the Victom ) Richard shouldnt be Murdered because of the affects from what his father did to him ….people with good representation don’t usually end up on Death Row that’s something Richard didn’t have how can he be exercuted when he hasn’t been heard I ask ?

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