WEST CHESTER, Ohio — An elections official says turnout is “very slow” in the special Democratic primary in former House Speaker John Boehner’s western Ohio district in which there is only one candidate. Butler County Elections Director Diane Noonan says some polling stations had no voters at all in the first two-plus hours of voting this morning. Former congressional staffer Steve Fought is running unopposed, but elections officials in the 8th District’s six counties were required by law to hold a vote. Republican Warren Davidson easily won a June 7 special election to complete Boehner’s term over Democrat Corey Foister. Foister abruptly withdrew from the November ballot in July. Thirty-five-year-old Crystal Dandridge was the first voter at Endeavor Elementary in West Chester Township.