"I'm very impressed by his ability to meet people on a down-to-earth level," said Bremer, who plans to vote for McCain because he prefers smaller government and McCain's position on the Iraq war. "I don't want to see [recent gains made in Iraq] damaged by a premature pull-out," he said.
"I'm surprised, but I'm not going to say anything else," said Pat Smith.
A group of six retired women, mostly Democrats, remained undecided.
"I have to pray about it, think about what's best for our country," said one of them, Dorothy Buie.
Fanning was aware of the endorsement Obama received today from Powell but was unimpressed.
"Colin Powell is a RINO, R-I-N-O, Republican In Name Only," she said.
ABC News' Mary Bruce, Gary Langer, Sunlen Miller, Ursula Fahy, John Cochran, George Stephanopoulos, Joel Siegel, Michael S. James and Bret Hovell contributed to this report.