More emails from Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are trickling out.
A day after releasing 296 pages of emails from Clinton, Judicial Watch released an additional 10 pages on Wednesday.
Judicial Watch is a conservative watchdog group that went to court after making a Freedom of Information Act request for the State Department. The group filed suit against the state department in 2015.
The pages released Tuesday brought up questions regarding Clinton's time as secretary of state and the relationship between the department and the Clinton Foundation, according to CNN.
Judicial Watch reported that of the 296 pages released on Tuesday, 44 emails were not turned over to the state department.
Clinton's use of a private server for email and responses to questions regarding the server has been a major controversy for her campaign.
According to RealClearPolitics' polling data, 53.3 percent of people polled view Clinton unfavorably.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is viewed unfavorably by 60.9 percent of people polled, according to the RealClearPolitics' polling average.
Eric Pfahler is a digital producer for the Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @Eric_Pfahler.