By MyFM's Rick Michaels - Members of the House and Senate are set to hold formal sessions today. They will talk about and could take a vote on whether to override the Governor’s veto of annual pay raises for top legislators, statewide elected officials and judges. Republican Governor Charlie Baker called the bill ‘fiscally irresponsible”, costing the state 18-million dollars a year. He vetoed the measure. The bill passed in the House and Senate by wide margins. A few swing votes are needed in the chambers to sustain the veto. If the voting results are more or less the same as the first vote, legislators will override the Governor’s veto.