I want to build and host 300 U.S. voters with another billion or so visitors.
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Whatever you use I would suggest using the LTS version (long term service version). In the past I would have said go with Ubuntu server however I find Red Hat to be particularly good. So I think you should use CentOS (free version of Red Hat lacking corporate support). When you say hosting 300 voters do you mean webhosting? Listserver? Mail server? VPN? Local user logins?
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