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Posted on Mon, Jan 9, 2012 : 10:15 a.m.

Paul Saginaw of Zingerman's discusses small-business concerns on cable TV show

By Staff

Paul Saginaw, co-founder and partner in the Zingerman's Community of Businesses, appeared on cable TV channel MSNBC on Sunday as part of the network's election coverage.

Saginaw was one of three business people who were part of a discussion on small-business concerns, which are expected to be a focus of the presidential campaign.

In an intro to a video clip of the session, MSNBC wrote: "From now until election day on November 6, the presidential candidates are going to be courting small business owners for their votes. There's been plenty of talk already about how the candidates say they will help people on main street. In this first installment of 'Small Biz Sounds Off,' we find out what issues matter most to the entrepreneurs from around the country who've joined our focus group.

Watch the video here: