Volney, New York town clerk Barbara MacEwen says she won't sign any marriage licenses for gay or lesbian couples, POLITICO.com reported.

MacEwen, who has served as Volney's town clerk for 15 years, told the all-things-political website that she's opposed to marriage equality and refuses to become a party to such weddings.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed the legislation into law after it cleared the Republican-controlled Senate, the highest hurdle the measure needed to clear, making the Empire State the most populous state yet to legalize gay marriage.

“If there's any possible way to not do it legally, then yes, I would not want to put my name on any of those certificates,” MacEwen told POLITICO. “That's their life, they can do it, but I don't feel I should be forced into something that's against my morals and my God.”

POLITICO reported that the 75-year-old Republican has reached out to her state senator – Republican Patty Richie, who voted against the measure on Friday – for help.

While the law does include strong religious protections, they do not extend to public officials.

The law goes into effect on July 25.