Flo in the News


Increasing access to broadband internet - SWVA TODAY

"Ketner said she wants to take broadband internet to the final step – last mile broadband. “Every house should be able to be connected to a signal. Access has to be available.” She explained that she is working on legislation to make that possible, regardless of the outcome of the election."

Rocky mount farmer calls on politicians over pipeline issues - WDBJ7

"'It's been a part of my platform since day one,” she said, noting her stand on the pipeline has been on all of her campaign literature. “I grew up in Floyd and if you drive through or walk through Floyd there are no pipeline signs, bumper stickers, people just talking about it."

Sunday NRV Letters - The Roanoke Times

"...this year, a challenger raised and educated in Floyd County is running for this seat in the House of Delegates. Flourette (Flo) Ketner has pledged to be a voice for our community, to listen to the people who are her neighbors, to speak for them and not blindly follow party lines or the wishes of wealthy contributors like Dominion Power."

Democrats Have a Problem. Can these Women Fix it? - The Nation

"In Virginia, first-time female candidates could be the key to taking back the statehouse."

The Wandering Canvasser Visits Floyd County - Blue Virginia

"I spent the day today canvassing in rural Floyd County, with Flo Ketner, who’s running for the House of Delegates in District 7. It’s a county of sheer awe-inspiring beauty, with the Blue Ridge Mountains in the backdrop, and lush green trees and plants and wildflowers all around."

Indivisible new river valley member to oppose del. nick rush - the roanoke times

"Flourette “Flo” Ketner, a stay-at-home mom and member of the national organization that actively opposes President Donald Trump’s agenda, seeks to represent the district composed of Floyd County and parts of Montgomery and Pulaski counties."

democrat flo ketner runs for virginia house of delegates seat 7 - dailykos

"While it won't be easy, Flo Ketner stepping up to compete for this seat is a big deal."