State and national political leaders have swiftly responded to Monday's shocking attack at Ohio State University.

Eleven people have been injured after an attacker purposely drove over a curb and into pedestrians, then got out of the vehicle and began stabbing people with a butcher knife. The attacker has been identified as an OSU student, Abdul Razak Ali Artan. A police officer shot him to death in a matter of minutes.

President-elect Donald Trump posted the following message of support on Facebook that thanked first responders for their help in the incident.

Trump's Vice President-elect Mike Pence had similar thoughts on a Twitter post on Monday evening:

Ohio Governor John Kasich added his statement on the attack via Twitter:

Both of Ohio's U.S. Senators also have addressed the incident via Twitter. Sherrod Brown released the following statement on Monday afternoon:

Rob Portman added:

Many members of Congress are also standing with the people of Ohio State, including one of its alumna, Marcia Fudge of Cleveland:

Senator Tim Kaine, running mate of Hillary Clinton in the recent election posted initially that the attack at Ohio State was gun-related, but updated his tweet accordingly.

That didn't prevent some from taking a shot at Kaine, including Rep. Niraj Antani of suburban Dayton: "But not saddened by the senseless act of machete or car violence?"