The switch from Republican to Democrat couldn't save Pennsylvania's Arlen Specter. After 30 years in the Senate, voters want him out. Democratic Senate Nominee Representative Joe Sestak said, "It's time. It’s just time." Specter says he'll support him and said, "It is vital that we keep this seat with the Democratic Party." In Arkansas, Blanche Lincoln barely held on. She's in a runoff with the state's Lieutenant Governor. "I think the people have said they are frustrated with outsiders coming in," said Lincoln. But analysts say it's Washington insiders that voters want out. NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd said, "This one feels like the year of the ornery guy that's gonna show up in Washington and just sort of quote 'Tell it like it is.'" Guys like Rand Paul. "What I say to Washington is watch out, here we come," said Paul. He beat the Republican Party favorite for Kentucky's Senate seat. Paul's challenger warns all that 'tea party' anger could be destructive. Kentucky Democratic Senate Nominee Jack Conway said, "Are we gonna use that passion to heat the building, or are we gonna use that passion to burn it down?" Every House seat and over a third of the Senate is up for grabs in November…and voters have spoken.