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    Arizona is already inactive.
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    Arizona is inactivate now yes but like I said it had a much stronger chance at resuming with the attorney general and Ducey will come around eventually but if they did restart how long would they last due to the demographic changes in that state

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    Ducey has been the governor for 5 years now and they they haven't made any progress since he came into office, I don't believe he cares. He doesn't respond to the AG asking for dates either.
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    McMaster cares more so next year you’ll see a revival from one or the other or maybe both. South Carolina got very close to reinstating the electric chair this year they’ll probably reinstate it once the legislature reconvenes in September.
    Last edited by Neil; 07-31-2020 at 01:19 PM.

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    Arizona and Oklahoma seem the two likeliest conservative states to restart next. Question being which one will restart first? Oklahoma has their hands tied at the moment due to the tribe ruling. Ducey said they need to “mix the drugs” before they restart. I recon Oklahoma will restart first. Question with Oklahoma how many can they execute due to the tribe ruling?
    Last edited by Neil; 09-09-2020 at 08:43 PM.

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    Maybe I’m wrong but I read tea leaves that say Ducey doesn’t want them to resume, and he’s term limited in 2022.

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    Oklahoma it is both Stitt and the attorney general there are ardent supporters of it to begin with. Ducey did use the OldWine excuse in 2018 of being against it due to the “Pope.” Pete Ricketts was obviously the best Governor when it came to the death penalty finding another governor like him to fight to save death row after a repeal bill is very rare.

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    Current active death penalty jurisdictions
    Texas
    Florida
    Alabama
    Georgia
    Missouri
    Arkansas

    Reviving soon
    Oklahoma

    Potential to revive soon
    Arizona
    South Carolina

    Current active small death penalty jurisdictions
    Nebraska
    South Dakota

    Potential to revive soon
    Idaho
    Montana

    I don’t know if I can leave Florida as active. DeSantis is not keen on executions. It’s a shame I had to remove the Federal Government from the time I made this list in July. I left Tennessee as inactive because their Supreme Court and Bill Lee aren’t keen on executing anyone and hiding behind COVID as an excuse not to. Too bad their attorney general isn’t Governor there. Montana can be added to the list as a potential revival but for two executions. The jurors have not added a death sentence to their death row since the late 90s and will not be keen to do so anytime soon. Arizona might revive if their attorney general wins next year because Ducey is not at all keen on executions.
    Last edited by Neil; 02-23-2021 at 11:26 AM.

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