What might Washington be like with Tea Party activists in Congress?
Many are campaigning against the Washington establishment, and that includes Republicans along with President Obama.
Polling indicates Tea Party candidates could win dozens of House seats.
They're pledging to repeal the Democrats' health care law and balance budgets first put in the red under Republican leadership.
To avoid a battle inside their party top Republicans are rushing to embrace the movement.
Tea Party-backed Republican candidates aren't outside the mainstream, House Minority Whip Eric Cantor said Friday.
Minority Leader John Boehner, who hopes to be House Speaker, is tapping his huge campaign war chest to support Tea Party candidates.
That war chest is made up of cash from Wall Street and other special interest groups that many Tea Partiers condemn.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, in a tight race with Tea Partier Sharron Angle, hopes the movement is over-hyped.
"I don't think you're going to see as many Tea Party members as you think," he predicted Thursday.
We'll find out on November 2nd.