How was I selected for jury duty?
Your name was chosen at random from lists obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Revenue Services, Department of Labor and the Registrar of Voters for the state's 169 towns. Names are randomly chosen every year. Every year your name has an equal chance of being selected and you could receive a jury summons every year. Only persons aged 70 or older who choose not to serve and disable individuals who have provided a letter from a licensed physician indicating that they are permanently unable to serve jury duty may be permanently disqualified. There are no other permanent records of disqualification or hardship excuses granted, so you must ask to be disqualified each time you receive a summons.

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1. How do I register to vote?
2. Am I on the Newington voting list?
3. Where do I vote? What is my voting district?
4. Who handles absentee balloting in my town?
5. What happens if I am not on the list of registered voters at the polling place?
6. What is Election Day Registration?
7. Do I have to re-register if I move or change my name?
8. Does the photo ID need to have the address printed on it?
9. My new driver's license indicates that it is not for federal identification. May I use it as identification at the polling place?
10. How do I get my name removed for the voter list?
11. Can I vote in the next primary?
12. How was I selected for jury duty?
13. How do I become a poll worker?