Constitutional Assembly elections were held in Bulgaria on 27 October 1946. The elections served to elect members to the 6th Grand National Assembly, tasked with adopting a new constitution. The Fatherland Front (a communist led, anti-fascist coalition) had come to power in 1944 following a coup. Now that the Second World War was over and the monarchy abolished the communists wanted to adopt a new constitution. The result was a victory for the Bulgarian Communist Party, which won 278 of the 465 seats. Voter turnout was 92.6%.