(AP) – Supporters of New York’s gay marriage bill who hoped for quick approval were disappointed Wednesday when Republican senators extended their private debate into another day. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has shepherded the bill, issued a “message of necessity” so the contentious measure could be voted on on Wednesday. The governor’s order suspends the three-day waiting period required to allow public review of the bill he submitted a day earlier. Democrats took quick advantage, passing the measure by an 80-63 vote. The vote was aimed at fueling momentum for the Republican-led Senate, but also was too close for comfort for some advocates in the Assembly that has a 95-vote Democratic majority. “I was discriminated against as a woman, a Jew, and as a lesbian … and it was equally wrong in all instances,” said Assemblywoman Deborah Glick of Manhattan.