The State Department will not finish releasing Hillary Clinton's calendars as secretary of state until after Election Day, the Associated Press reports.

A federal judge ordered State to begin releasing the schedules seven months ago. The AP Friday asked the department to expedite the release, but State has not yet responded to the request.

The schedules made big news this week when an analysis by AP revealed that more than half the people outside government who met with or spoke by phone Clinton personally had donated money to the Clinton Foundation.

The AP says it first asked for Clinton's calendars in 2010 and finally sued the State Department to obtain them. The department has so far released only about half of Clinton's calendars.