2. SOUNDBITE (English) William McNamara, Republican voter:
"I heard that my favorite President Donald Trump is gonna be in Dayton today so I came up to visit and try to see him."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) William McNamara, Republican voter:
"I think it's really nice that he's he has taken his day to come to see the grieving families of this of this area. And bring some life to the people that they lost a family member and friends."
4. Wide of flowers at makeshift memorial
5. SOUNDBITE (English) William McNamara, Republican voter:
"I don't care what party you are, Republican, Democrat. We need gun control in this country. We have to. It's getting really bad. People are afraid to even leave their houses anymore. It's just awful."
"I really want to see a tight knit community come together and sit down with the city officials, sit down with the governing officials to be able to have input, as democracy does. Currently we don't have that option. We we funnel that through our representatives. And for Donald Trump to come down here and give us the opportunity to speak and actually follow through on some of the issues that we have and concerns we have would be commendable. If not, stay away."
8. Close of flower wreath at memorial
9. Close of paper that says "We all bleed the same"
Some Democrat and Republican voters in Dayton agree that more needs to be done on gun control days after a mass shooting left nine dead in the Ohio city.
Republican William McNamara said the situation is so bad, people are afraid to leave their homes.
"I don't care what party you are -- Republican, Democrat -- we need gun control in this country," McNamara said.
Democrat Kenneth Williams wants the opportunity for the community to sit down with government officials and share their concerns.
"For Donald Trump to come down here and give us the opportunity to speak and actually follow through on some issues that we have -- some concerns that we have -- would be commendable," he said of President Donald Trump's Wednesday visit. "If not, stay away," Williams added.
The city's pain and anger was on display as a couple hundred protesters came out for Trump's visit to a Dayton hospital.
The protesters chanted "Ban those guns" and "Do something!"— now a rallying cry in Dayton in the aftermath of the early Sunday morning shooting.
Hospital officials said 37 people were treated for injuries, including at least 14 with gunshot wounds.