Independent New York gubernatorial candidate Kristin Davis has attacked her Democratic rival's commitment to gay marriage.

In Davis' new ad released Wednesday, she suggests Andrew Cuomo is not committed to legalizing gay marriage in the Empire State.

“It's outrageous that New York has not legalized same-sex marriage,” she says in the ad. “Andrew Cuomo says he supports it, but when the marriage equality bill was before the Senate, he was asked to call three undecided Democratic senators and declined.”

“A vote for me sends a strong message to Cuomo: we demand gay marriage now,” Davis says, then adds the sure-to-be catch phrase, “Vote Homo, not Cuomo.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Earlier in the month, Cuomo vowed he'd legalize gay marriage, if elected governor.

“I don't want to be the governor who just proposes marriage equality,” Cuomo told attendees at the Empire State Pride Agenda's Fall Dinner. “I don't want to be the governor who lobbies for marriage equality. I don't want to be the governor who fights for marriage equality. I want to be the governor who signs the law that makes equality a reality in the state of New York.”

Davis is not the only gubernatorial candidate to throw the accusation at Cuomo.

In an email from Republican candidate Carl Paladino titled Cuomoland: Andrew's words v. deeds, Tea Party favorite Paladino blasts his rival for being “all but invisible” during last year's debate. The email includes the New York Times quote that Cuomo failed to call on three fence-sitting senators before the chamber killed the bill.

Paladino, however, unlike Davis, does not support gay marriage and created a firestorm of controversy earlier this month when he said that his opposition to the institution stems from not wanting children “brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality” is acceptable.