GOSHEN, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's tour of Connecticut tourism destinations is moving into the northwestern part of the state.
The Democrat is scheduled to make stops on Wednesday in Goshen, Morris, Salisbury and Lakeville. It's part of a summer-long effort to draw attention to the state's new, two-year "Still Revolutionary" tourism campaign.
Malloy is starting his day with a visit to the Mohawk Bison Farm in Goshen. That is the site where a rare white buffalo was born in June.
His last stop will be Lime Rock Park, the historic motorsport road racing venue. Malloy has supported designating the historic track, which opened in 1957, as a National Historic Landmark.