Herbert Porter

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Herbert L. Porter
Born1938 (age 84–85)
Occupation(s)Committee for the Re-election the President (CRP) organizer and former White House aide
Criminal statusGuilty
Criminal chargeMaking a false statement to an agency of the federal government
Penalty5 to 15 months with 30 days suspended

Herbert L. "Bart" Porter was a campaign aide to U.S. President Richard M. Nixon.

Early life[edit]

At University of Southern California, he was a member of Trojans for Representative Government with future Watergate scandal participants Dwight L. Chapin, Tim Elbourne, Donald Segretti, Gordon C. Strachan, and Ron Ziegler.


On January 28, 1974, Porter pleaded guilty to the charge of lying to the FBI during the early stages of the Watergate investigation.[1]


  1. ^ "The Other Nixon Watergate Men". Time magazine. March 11, 1974. Archived from the original on December 22, 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-30.