President Barack Obama held his last press conference at the White House in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 18, 2017. Reuters

Quite a few incarcerated people, including some former politicians, remained behind bars after outgoing President Barack Obama topped off his record-breaking list of commutations Thursday.

Obama granted commutations to 330 individuals, bringing the final number to 1,715, and left his total number of pardons, which fully forgive a crime, at 212. Here are five of the more salient people seeking a reprieve the 44th president skipped before leaving office.

Edward Snowden

While fellow government information leaker Chelsea Manning will see an end to her 35-year sentence in May, Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who in 2011 divulged the agency’s massive surveillance programs to several major newspapers, did not receive clemency Thursday.

New President Donald Trump, Snowden’s next chance at clemency, has suggested the death penalty for the whistleblower.

Bowe Bergdahl

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl—who walked away from his Afghanistan post in 2009, only to be captured by Taliban militants, and still has to face a court-martial for his desertion charges—also was not among those pardoned. Freed from the Taliban in a 2014 prisoner swap, Bergdahl requested clemency late in 2016, the New York Times reported.

Rod Blagojevich

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich—who is serving the fourth of his 14-year prison sentence for a variety of corruption charges related to his attempt to sell Obama’s vacant Senate seat following the 2008 presidential election—submitted a request to around Christmas for his convictions to be overturned, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Blagojevich’s next chance for clemency also rests in the hands of Trump, who, on his show “The Celebrity Apprentice” in 2010, told the disgraced official, “You’re fired.”

Kwame Kilpatrick

Also missing from the list was former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who in 2013 was convicted on charges of racketeering, extortion, bribery and fraud. He had a history of such behavior, violating his probation in 2010 after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice two years prior.

Nearly 29,000 people had signed a petition urging Obama to free Kilpatrick, who has been serving a 28-year sentence for using his political power to provide his family and friends with overpriced business contracts, parties and fake jobs.

Chaka Fattah

Former Democratic U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for money laundering, fraud and bribery five weeks before Obama granted his final commutations, was also missing from the outgoing president’s list. Fatah will have to report to prison to begin his sentence by Wednesday.