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John Laird Running for California State Senate in 2020

Trail-blazing politician just wrapped up eight years in Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration

John Laird, who just finished his term as California’s natural resources secretary, is running for state Senate.

John Laird, California’s outgoing natural resources secretary and Santa Cruz’s former state assemblymember, has announced today that he’s running for the California Senate’s 17th District in 2020.

It’s a seat currently held by state Sen. Bill Monning (D-Carmel), who’s terming out. If elected, Laird hopes to help lead on a variety of daunting issues, ranging from the state’s growing threat of devastating wildfires to questions about housing affordability.

“There are a lot of challenges facing the Central Coast—in housing, in education, in healthcare and the environment. I have the energy and experience to lead on each of those issues,” Laird says.

Laird, 68, just wrapped up an eight-year term as secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency under Gov. Jerry Brown. Still, he says that his energy levels show no sign of waning, adding that his mother, who’s nearing her 95th birthday, still reads the newspaper everyday and emails him often to ask if certain things are true.

In the Brown administration, Laird oversaw a $10 billion budget and 25 statewide departments, commissions and conservancies, including the departments of water, state parks, fish and wildlife, and Cal Fire, as well as the California Coastal Commission.

Many challenges that lie ahead for the state are unique to California, Laird says. And some, he feels, are exacerbated by a lack of leadership at the federal level. For example, fighting fires and reducing fire risk would be more manageable if California had a partner in the White House more willing to help, rather than criticize, he says. Already, California helped create the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification in 2016, working around the feds in a wide-ranging collaboration to combat the effects of climate change.

Laird, a UCSC grad, got his start politically on the Santa Cruz City Council, where he served as one of the first gay mayors in U.S. history. Coming out wasn’t easy at the time, he says. “I knew it was the right thing to do, but I didn’t know if I was going to be on the right side of history,” Laird says, adding that he now knows he undoubtedly was.

Laird later spent six years in the state Assembly representing Santa Cruz County, before terming out in 2008.

After that, he ran for the state Senate in 2010 against Sam Blakeslee, during a special election to fill a vacant seat. Laird says the old senate district, which stretched from Santa Cruz to Santa Barbara County, was drawn to elect a Republican. After an independent redistricting commission re-drew the boundaries, Blakeslee announced his retirement in 2012. That opened the door for a run from Monning that same year. Laird is now running for that same seat.

Laird—who, if elected, plans to work full-time out of Santa Cruz—is married to water colorist John C. Flores. Laird finds himself continually impressed with his husband’s serene paintings of nature, but his own shifting political schedule has required adjustments locally.

“He’s getting used to having me at home more,” Laird says, “which is another story.”

Update: Jan. 18, 2019, 12:11 p.m. — The original version of this story misspelled John C. Flores’ name and misreported the budget size for the California Natural Resources Agency. We regret the errors.

News Editor at |

Jacob, the news editor for Good Times, is an award-winning journalist, whose interests include housing, water, transportation, and county politics. A onetime connoisseur of dive bars and taquerias, Jacob has evolved into an aspiring health food nut. Favorite yoga pose: Shavasana.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. kendon wallace smith

    January 18, 2019 at 11:17 am

    Marc,

    Thank you for the input.

    Kendon

  2. Alexander Michael

    January 18, 2019 at 11:05 am

    I wholeheartedly support John Laird in his run for State Senator.
    I worked with John in the good old days in Santa Cruz as founder of the Santa Cruz Food Bank.
    John championed many and many a community cause to better serve the citizens of the Tri County area.
    I remember well the Santa Cruz Council meeting where as Mayor he replied to an elderly Hispanic woman in Spanish; and I turned to Kim Steinhardt, a fellow community activist and the recent author of The Edge, The Pressured Past and Precarious Future of California’s Coast, saying, “I didn’t know John spoke Spanish!”
    Kim replied, “John is full of surprises.“
    John had taken the time and effort to learn the language of ALL his constituents.
    Now that is a great communicator.
    It will be no surprise that John Laird will be all that and more as your State Senator.
    Michael Alexander
    Ex Director
    Santa Cruz Food Bank
    1972-1982

  3. Ellen Farmer

    January 18, 2019 at 8:58 am

    Yeah!! Go John!!

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