Significant and varied material on deprivation of electoral rights can be found in the collections of documents on Soviet history, released recently. Among them it is worth mentioning such fundamental publications as "Letters to power. 1917-1927 gg. "," Voice of the People. Letters and responses of ordinary Soviet citizens about the events of 1918-1932 years "," 1930:. Society and Power "," The Tragedy of the Soviet countryside. 1927-1939 years "," Soviet village through the eyes of the Cheka-NKVD-0GPU "," Peasant history. Russian village of the 1920s Letters and documents ". They, along with other documents containing statistical summaries and reports on election campaigns, directives and regulations on the organization of the elections, as well as disenfranchised complaint. These collections also published some materials that provide a glimpse of those restrictions and even harassment suffered by persons deprived of their voting rights. The advantage of the mentioned work is performed at a high level finding aid to help navigate the vast array of information that are published documents.