Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, visited Pittsburgh Tuesday, just two days after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. (Read our coverage of her visit).

PublicSource asked several members of the crowd — who were nearly all Hillary supporters — the same question:

In the wake of the Orlando tragedy, what do you think the next president should do to address mass shootings?

Listen to their answers below.

Erin Gorman, first-grade teacher, Meadville, Pa.

Jason Martin, retired school teacher, Pittsburgh

Maria Mangano, 31, artist, South Side Slopes, Pittsburgh

Anthony Sams, 69, retired machinist, Hazelwood, Pittsburgh

Tom Barchfeld, retired, Pittsburgh

Mary Lou Benedetti (left, speaking), University of Pittsburgh administrator, Allegheny County, and friend Tori Burch

Miles Newell, Aliquippa, Pa.

Robert Speshock (right), retired, Venetia, Pa.

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