If put to death on Friday, Lee Hall will be the fourth person in Tennessee to choose the electric chair over lethal injection within the past year.
The El Paso shooter likely won't be executed by the electric chair if he's sentenced to death.
The inmates argued that the state has the means to orchestrate their deaths by firing squad.
Three days before his scheduled execution, convicted killer Edmund Zagorski convinced Tennessee's Supreme Court to spare him death by lethal injection in favor of the electric chair.
A state representative employed a version of the president's famous "Make America great again" slogan in his death penalty push.