The Georgia State Senate, which is led by the Republican Party, has made it a lot tougher for anyone who may want to cheat in future elections.

With a vote of 38 – 19, with all Democrats opposed, the Republican Senate voted to require photo identification for absentee voters, Georgia Public Broadcasting reported.

The Republican-controlled Georgia Senate approved four elections bills Tuesday, the first of many expected in the legislative session following Democratic victories in November and January. The biggest change would see absentee by mail applications verified using a form of ID.