Casmer P. Ogonowski (March 4, 1923 – January 10, 2012) was an American politician. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Ogonowski served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 1969 until his resignation in 1982. He was a Democrat.
In March 1982, Ogonowski resigned from the Michigan Legislature after pleading guilty to extortion in the United States District Court so that the Michigan Legislature would not be able to expel him.
“House Breathes Sigh of Relief As Ogonowkia Quits“, Ludington Daily News, March 6, 1982.
‘Ogonowski quits,’ Marshall Daily Chronicle. March 9, 1982, pg. 2
Emily Lawler, “”Death, Drugs, and Skullduggery: A Brief History of Michigan Political Scandals“, MLive, August 21, 2015; updated August 24, 2015.