|U.S. House, New Jersey, District 3|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 5, 2013|
Todd was previously a 2013 candidate who sought election to the office of Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey. He ran for the Glass-Steagall Now Party in the general election on November 5, 2013. In New Jersey, the governor and lieutenant governor run on a single ticket, and gubernatorial candidates hand pick their running-mates for lieutenant governor after the primary election. Todd was chosen by gubernatorial candidate Diane Sare.
Todd joined the U.S. Army in 1968 and went through training at the U.S. Army Air Defense School in Fort Bliss, Texas until being deployed in Korea. Later, he became involved with the LaRouche Movement and began working in industrial construction. He became a millwright, focused especially on the nuclear industry.
Todd listed the following themes on his campaign website:
—Bruce Todd, 
The 3rd Congressional District of New Jersey will hold an election for the U.S. House of Representatives on November 4, 2014. In the primary election on June 3, 2014, Tom MacArthur defeated Steve Lonegan for the Republican nomination, while Aimee Belgard defeated Howard Kleinhendler and Bruce Todd for the Democratic nomination. MacArthur and Belgard will face off in the general election, along with Democratic-Republican candidate Frederick John LaVergne.
With incumbent Jon Runyan (R) not running for re-election, New Jersey's 3rd is considered a battleground district in 2014. Although Runyan won re-election by an 8.9 percent margin of victory in 2012, the presidential election went Democratic, with President Barack Obama winning in the 3rd District by 4.6 percent.
|U.S. House, New Jersey District 3 Democratic Primary, 2014|
|Source: New Jersey Division of Elections - Official Election Results|
Todd ran for Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey in 2013. He appeared on the ballot as a Glass-Steagall Now candidate, alongside running-mate Diane Sare. In New Jersey, the offices of governor and lieutenant governor are elected on a single ticket. The pair lost in the Nov 5, 2013 general election.
- General Election
On November 5, 2013, Chris Christie and Kim Guadagno (R) won re-election as Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey. They defeated the Buono/Silva (D), Kaplan/Bell (L), Welzer/Alessandrini (I), Sare/Todd (I), Araujo/Salamanca (I), Schroeder/Moschella (I) and Boss/Thorne (I) ticket(s) in the general election.
|Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, 2013|
|Republican||Chris Christie & Kim Guadagno||60.3%||1,278,932|
|Democratic||Barbara Buono & Milly Silva||38.2%||809,978|
|Libertarian||Kenneth Kaplan & Brenda Bell||0.6%||12,155|
|Independent||Steven Welzer & Patricia Alessandrini||0.4%||8,295|
|Independent||Diane Sare & Bruce Todd||0.2%||3,360|
|Independent||William Araujo & Maria Salamanca||0.2%||3,300|
|Independent||Hank Schroeder & Patricia Moschella||0.1%||2,784|
|Independent||Jeff Boss & Robert Thorne||0.1%||2,062|
|Election Results Via: New Jersey Department of State|
The Sare/Todd ticket was endorsed by Frelinghuysen Municipal Chairman of the Warren County Republican Committee, Mark Quick
Todd is retired and has two sons and one grandson.
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- United States House of Representatives
- New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District elections, 2014
- New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District
- Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey
- Diane Sare
- Current New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
- New Jersey gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2013
- New Jersey Department of State, "Candidates for House of Representatives," accessed April 1, 2014
- New Jersey Division of Elections, "Candidates for Governor - Official List," June 28, 2013
- Diane Sare for Governor 2014 Official Campaign Website, "Homepage," accessed September 6, 2013
- Bruce Todd for Congress, "About," accessed April 15, 2014
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- Bruce Todd for Congress, "Platform," accessed April 8, 2014
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- Diane Sare for Governor, "Endorsements," accessed September 6, 2013