Texas Representative Chris Turner (D-Arlington) has introduced HB 2007. It says that presidential electors in Texas will be chosen according to the proportion of popular votes that each presidential candidate receives in Texas. For example, if his bill had been law in 1992, Ross Perot would have received 7 electoral votes, George H. W. Bush would have received 13, and Bill Clinton would have received 12. Actually, of course, President Bush received all 32 electoral votes.
The surprise in HB 2007 is that it only takes effect if at least one other state has the same method for choosing electors. Representative Turner obviously introduced this bill because he knows that there is some chance that the Republican majority in the Pennsylvania legislature may pass a similar bill. Of course, it is extremely unlikely that the Republican majority in the Texas legislature will ever pass HB 2007. Thanks to Jim Riley for news of HB 2007.