Michigan's primary election is now only two days away and some election officials fear it could be one of the lowest voter turnouts in state history.

The lack of anticipated voter interest is credited to a lack of contested statewide races at the top of  the state ballot.

For what is thought to be the first time in Michigan history, Republican and Democratic primaries for both governor and U.S. Senate in the same year are uncontested.

The lowest statewide turnout for an August primary in recent memory was 1990, when only 1 million people cast  ballots.