So for the record, here is the GAO report:
David Morris

“Potential jurors for a U.S. district court are chosen by jury administrators in each of the 94 district courts from a jury pool generated by random selection of citizens’ names from lists of registered voters, or combined lists of voters and people with drivers’ licenses, in the judicial districts.”

I’m guessing the original poster never actually read the report, just heard about it on a right-wing blog or talk radio. Alt-facts.

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