In this Thursday, May 7, 2015 photo, Rafael Rico canvasses a neighborhood in Isla Margarita, Venezulea. Last year Rico was covering his baby face with a vinegar-soaked rag and dodging tear gas canisters as he clashed with Venezuelan riot police, now the 23-year-old engineering student is canvassing on the resort island of Margarita as he campaigns to represent the South American countryís opposition coalition in upcoming legislative elections.
In this Thursday, May 7, 2015 photo, Rafael Rico canvasses a neighborhood in Isla Margarita, Venezulea. Last year Rico was covering his baby face with a vinegar-soaked rag and dodging tear gas canisters as he clashed with Venezuelan riot police, now the 23-year-old engineering student is canvassing on the resort island of Margarita as he campaigns to represent the South American countryís opposition coalition in upcoming legislative elections. Maria Marcano AP
In this Thursday, May 7, 2015 photo, Rafael Rico canvasses a neighborhood in Isla Margarita, Venezulea. Last year Rico was covering his baby face with a vinegar-soaked rag and dodging tear gas canisters as he clashed with Venezuelan riot police, now the 23-year-old engineering student is canvassing on the resort island of Margarita as he campaigns to represent the South American countryís opposition coalition in upcoming legislative elections. Maria Marcano AP

Venezuela opposition gears up despite no congressional election date

May 15, 2015 7:10 PM