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We must end this epidemic.@DrBiden & I send our thoughts to those affected & thank our law enforcement who responded at great risk.Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenWarren, Sanders battle to be main alternative to Biden Only a President Biden would rid us of the Trump era Sanders previews plan to cancel all past due medical debt MORE (D-Mass.) called for congressional action on gun violence in a tweet, writing that she was "heartsick" over the shooting in which as many as 21 were reported wounded."I'm heartsick for the victims of this latest mass shooting in Odessa and Midland. We need to act.Entrepreneur Andrew YangAndrew YangThe Hill's Campaign Report: Pressure builds for Democrats who missed third debate cut Biden and Warren to take center stage in next Democratic debate Democrats certify candidate lineup for third presidential debate MORE tweeted after the shooting that the U.S. was the "only country" facing such a level of gun violence, and wrote in a pair of tweets that Americans deserve better than to fear being "struck down at random.""We are the only country that struggles with gun violence at this level. People deserve to be safe driving down the highway, going to church, going to school, everywhere," tweeted former Rep. John DelaneyJohn Kevin DelaneyThe Hill's Campaign Report: Pressure builds for Democrats who missed third debate cut The Hill's Morning Report — Hurricane headed for Florida changes Trump's travel plans Democrats excluded from debate face battle for survival MORE (D-Md.).Another tragic mass shooting. People deserve to be safe driving down the highway, going to church, going to school, everywhere.Montana Gov. Steve BullockSteve BullockThe Hill's Campaign Report: Pressure builds for Democrats who missed third debate cut The Hill's Morning Report — Hurricane headed for Florida changes Trump's travel plans Democrats excluded from debate face battle for survival MORE (D), one of the newer additions to the 2020 race, noted in his statement that the Texas shooting came less than 24 hours after a shooter in Alabama injured 10 at a high school football game."Last night, 10 people were shot in Alabama.As said here by John Bowden