Peggy Porter

Commentator

For the past three years, Peggy Porter has worked as a seasonal temporary employee in the New Hanover County Board of Elections. She is a former high school teacher, with a concentration in U.S. History and Government.

Peggy Porter is a long-time resident of New Hanover County, and a former teacher of U.S. History and Civics. 

You can hear more from Peggy and our other commentators at our website: WHQR DOT O-R-G. Just click on "Commentary." 

Thanks to texting and voice recognition technology, commas are going the way of the dinosaur, but commentator Peggy Porter is here to remind us that that neglected comma may come back to bite you.  

Time now for today's WHQR Commentary. Here's Peggy Porter. 

Peggy Porter is a long-time resident of New Hanover County, and a former teacher of U.S. History and Civics. 

You can hear more from Peggy and our other commentators at our website: WHQR DOT O-R-G. Just click "Commentary."

"Principles should 'bend' very little; otherwise they are no longer principles. Our founders enshrined the principle of free expression first, because they knew it would always be under fire."

Peggy Porter is a long-time resident of New Hanover County, and a former teacher of U.S. History and Civics. 

You can hear more from Peggy and our other commentators at our website: WHQR DOT O-R-G. Just click on "Commentary."

With Christmas Day behind us, and the New Year ahead, commentator Peggy Porter had two tales to sustain the holiday magic.


It's been a rollercoaster of a week and WHQR commentator Peggy Porter has a few thoughts on the election and its immediate aftermath.

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With election day a mere six weeks away, our Commentator Peggy Porter has a few thoughts on how to make your experience smoother.

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Voter ID laws have been at the forefront of many states' legislative conversations. North Carolina is dealing with discussions over voter identification laws as we quickly approach a big election. For the past three years, Peggy Porter has worked as a seasonal temp in the New Hanover County Board of Elections.