“I am a long shot for sure, my opponents have the whole Democratic establishment behind them with national name recognition, but polls show they still don’t have high poll numbers which means people are not excited about the options they see,” said Pascucci. “I had a great job, I was able to see a lot of the problems in our state and our country and I felt that I can do better.”
Pascucci spent Friday morning touring the border between San Diego and Tijuana, including an area where migrants have been congregating for months between two border barriers about 2 miles west of the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
Through the 30-foot bollard fence, she interacted and talked with asylum-seekers from all over the world.
“It was really impactful to hear how different their stories were and where they came from, if it’s Pakistan, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Cuba, Ecuador, all over the world, and one of the things it showed me is with all of our problems in the U.S., it’s still a country people want to come to for a better life.”
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