Everyone wants a piece of the Georgia elections peach pie lately -- Oprah, Mike Pence, Will Ferrell, Michael B. Jordan, even us (which one of those is not like the other? It’s not us, because we’re definitely celebrities). And this week, Former President Jimmy Carter took a slice when he personally urged Brian Kemp, Georgia Secretary of State and the Republican candidate for governor, to resign from his position overseeing the state’s elections. Carter came in hot with a letter to Kemp, writing that Kemp overseeing the election in which he is a candidate “runs counter to the most fundamental principle of democratic elections – that the electoral process be managed by an independent and impartial election authority.” Not only was Carter president, he also served as governor of Georgia himself and his organization, the Carter Center, is dedicated to monitoring democratic elections in countries across the world. So, yeah, President Carter knows what he’s talking about. In the debate last week, Kemp denied all allegations about his engagement in voter suppression, calling it all a “farce.” We’ll just have to see what comes out of the final debate this Sun—wait, Kemp just ditched that one, too. But on Tuesday, the people of Georgia will speak. Keep an eye out for what they’ll say.