Roll Call: Latest News on Capitol Hill, Congress, Politics and Elections
December 1, 2015

Area 51 Neighbors Provide Over $100,000 in Political Contributions

Since 1980, more than $100,000 in political contributions have come out of the ZIP code near Area 51. They appear to be contributions from individual people and should be U.S. citizens.

The ZIP code 89001 covers Rachel, Nev., and Alamo, Nev., near Area 51, the government’s facility in the Mojave Desert. The Area 51 facility was confirmed in declassified CIA documents posted on the Internet this week. A review of federal political contributions of more than $200 from that ZIP code to federal candidates and committees shows $102,039 given since 1980.

The major donor was William C. Anton, chairman of Anton Aircool Inc., an airport food service company, who gave $98,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee from 2003 to 2007. Another donor, De Wayne Davis (retired USAF), gave $1,115 to the 2012 presidential campaign of Ron Paul, R-Texas. Others have given to GOP U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle of Nevada; former Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind.; the Democratic National Committee; the Conservative Majority Fund; the National Republican Congressional Committee; and 1984 Democratic House candidate Peggy Westall of Nevada.

To view all the donors from a ZIP code, use Political MoneyLine’s Donor Search. Click on the tab for Search ZIP Code, type in 89001 (or any ZIP code), and press Search All Cycles.

To search detailed money-in-politics databases, visit Political MoneyLine.

  • haggrr

    The government had to release this info. The UFO crowd was getting close the truth that the government did, in fact, recover a crashed, extra terrestrial space craft, They also found a live specimen at the crash site. Investigators, at the time, were taught, by the specimen, to communicate with it. What they found out was startling. This information came to light from one of the investigators, who had intimate knowledge of the event. It turned out the specimen, dubbed at the time as “Starboy”, was an intergalactic surveyor of sorts. Starboy and his crew were sent to survey several routes for a landing area for time travelers to enter “normal reanimation”. The problem was, the chosen region would be cleared of all matter. And that meant, not only would the earth be destroyed, a big chuck of the Milky Way Galaxy, where the earth is located, would be destroyed as well. Starboy died shorty thereafter. The problem for the government was it never knew what landing area was ultimately chosen. All they had was a date. 12/21/12. And as that date has come a gone, is pretty clear we weren’t chosen and thus spared. Government officials, back then decided to keep this information secret. No need to cause a panic, when there was nothing that could have been done. Not even Presidents or leaders in Congress were told. It wasn’t until President Obama went to area 51 on vacation, and using his Presidential power as commander in chief, did he get the truth. This information came to light thanks to Dorothy Rodham, she was the medical expert at the time, and spent countless hours with Starboy. Starboy is said to be buried somewhere in Arkansas.

  • SamHamilton

    Fascinating… zzzzzz

  • Cynthia Gurin

    Totally inaccurate but creative.

  • haggrr

    Come on, Dorothy Rodham, Arkansas, Really!

  • Cynthia Gurin

    I thought that part was hysterical!

  • haggrr

    You’ve never read, “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”?

  • Cynthia Gurin

    I’ve read all six books of Adam’s Trilogy multiple times.
    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
    The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
    Life, the Universe and Everything
    So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
    Mostly Harmless
    Young Zaphod Plays It Safe

    Books written by authors other than Douglas Adams and purporting to continue the series, demonstrate embarrassingly poor writing skills and a severely challenged intellect.

  • savagenation

    Are they sure it wasn’t Aliens giving donations to the Evil Republicans?

Sign In

Forgot password?



Receive daily coverage of the people, politics and personality of Capitol Hill.

Subscription | Free Trial

Logging you in. One moment, please...