Early voting is under way at the Marshall County Courthouse. If concerned about COVID-19, mail ballots are easily requested at ksvotes.org or by calling the county clerk’s office at 785-562-5361. The county will send voters their ballots, which can be mailed back or returned in person up until 7 p.m on Primary Election Day, Aug. 4. There is still time, too, to walk in and vote with a mask on at the county clerk’s office until noon on Aug. 3. Or, voting will be held at the polls on Aug. 4. This county, state and nation’s future depends on those who care to vote.