It should be relatively easy to vote in today's runoff elections in North and South Carolina. Turnout in North Carolina's May 4th primary was only about 14 percent. The head of Mecklenburg county's elections board, Michael Dickerson, expects voter tallies to be even smaller. "I'll be surprised if you see a 2 or 3 percent turnout." Not too good, but it's also not quite as bad as it sounds. For one, there's only one statewide runoff - the Democratic race for U.S. Senate between Elaine Marshall and Cal Cunningham.