On April 25, the Vermont House passed S.270, the National Popular Vote Plan. The vote was 77-35. When the bill had passed the Senate earlier, the vote had been 22-6. On April 30, Governor Jim Douglas, a Republican, said he was not enthusiastic about the bill, but that he hasn’t decided whether to sign it or veto it. In any event, the bill passed by over two-thirds in each House, so if he does veto it, it may still become law.