With the Atlanta Braves clinching a spot in the World Series against the Houston Astros, Georga Gov. Brian Kemp couldn’t resist taking a shot at Major League Baseball for moving the All-Star Game to Denver this summer to protest the state’s new voting law.

“While Stacey Abrams and the MLB stole the All-Star Game from hardworking Georgians, the Braves earned their trip to the World Series this season and are bringing it home to Georgia,” he tweeted:

Former Lousiana Gov. Bobby Jindal added that the “baseball gods have a sense of humor”:

But, get this. . .

Game 6, if it’s needed, is scheduled for November 2 which just so happens to be election day:

And there’s a mayoral election in Atlanta so it’s kind of a big deal:

Over to you, MLB. Holding the game on November 2 could dampen turnout. If they felt the need to move the All-Star Game to save democracy, why not reschedule the World Series?