The Final Assembly Vote on Same-Sex Marriage: 89-52

ALBANY—After four hours of debate and a technical problem that crashed the chamber’s electronic voting mechanisms, the bill legalizing same-sex marriage passed the Assembly by a vote of 89 to 52.
The result–not a surprise, but a wider margin than in previous years–was greeted with applause from advocates in the overlooking balconies as well as the members on the floor who supported the measure. There were kisses and hugs for the chamber’s three openly gay members–Matt Titone, Deborah Glick and Danny O’Donnell, who carried the bill–as well as Micah Kellner, who is openly bisexual.
Now it’s up to the Senate, where passage is in doubt.

The Final Assembly Vote on Same-Sex Marriage: 89-52