Primary elections were today, but people didn't have to wait in lines to cast their ballots. 

Polling places in Pike County were dead for most of the morning. Less than 100 people showed up to vote in Dingman Township by early afternoon. 

Election officials blame voter apathy for the poor numbers. They're convinced people love to complain about the current political climate, but not do anything to change that. 

Most of the people out voting average 50 years old and up. Election officials say the younger demographic rarely ever shows up the primary elections.