Maybe you disagree with your Senator's stance on an issue. Or maybe you are discontent with his or her voting policies. Contrary to what you may believe or wish, you cannot recall members of the U.S. Congress. Recalling a member of the Senate is not allowed by the Constitution, and no one has been removed from the Senate from a recall.
Historical Discussion About Recalling U.S. Senators
Even though no one in the Senate has been recalled, that doesn't mean that it has not been a topic of discussion in the past. In fact, when the nation's founders were at the Constitutional Convention, they considered adding a provision to the Constitution regarding a recall and decided against it – arguing that the provisions already in the Constitution provided enough balance of power and stability.
Though you cannot recall Senators, rest assured that the nation's founders created a clause in the Constitution to expel Senators. In the past, this has only been used to expel members for disloyalty after the Civil War.