New York State Senator Ruben Diaz is dialing against Assemblyman David Weprin for his support of gay marriage.

Diaz, the Senate's only Democrat who voted against a bill in June that made New York the sixth state to legalize gay marriage, is robo-calling Latino voters in the state's 9th congressional district and urging them to vote for Republican Bob Turner in Tuesday's special election to replace former New York Rep. Anthony D. Weiner, who resigned in June as a result of a sexting scandal.

“David Weprin betrayed New York families when he voted to impose same sex marriage,” Diaz says in Spanish in the recording, the Weekly Standard reported. “Weprin voted to impose gay marriage against the wishes of our community. Worse, he refused to allow the people of New York to decide this issue by allowing us to vote on marriage, as voters in 31 other states have been able to do. Our families face terrible consequences because of David Weprin. Join me, Democratic State Senator Ruben Diaz, in supporting Bob Turner for Congress on September 13.”

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation's most vociferous opponent of gay marriage, is sponsoring the calls. The group is spending $75,000 against Weprin's campaign.

In an attack ad geared toward Jewish voters, the group claims Weprin's gay marriage vote mocks the Torah.

A Public Policy Polling survey released on Sunday shows Turner up by six percentage points.