The Georgia Supreme Court in a 6-1 decision has upheld the state's voter ID law in Democratic Party of Georgia v. Perdue. The law required voters to produce one of 17 photo or non-photo identifications, or failing that, to sign under oath that they are who they say they are. If voting under oath, only a provisional ballot is cast, and the voter has 48 hours to present acceptable identification.
In 2009, the Eleventh Circuit upheld the same law; the US Supreme Court upheld a similar law in Indiana in 2008, as did Indiana's own top court in 2010. A key element the courts considered in each case was that the plaintiffs failed to produce even one person who was unable to vote under the new laws.