Tucson shooting victims urge Obama, Romney to take action
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the victims of the 2011 Tucson, Ariz shooting hit the airwaves Sunday to call on the presidential candidates to fight for stricter gun control.
In a 44-second ad that ran during the Sunday morning talk shows and Olympics programming, the victims demanded that President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to make America safer from gun violence.
The ad, which was created by a coalition of mayors led by Bloomberg, links viewers to an online petition.
"Every day that goes by without action, 34 more people will be murdered with guns," Bloomberg said in a statement.