McCain personally paid Flanagan a visit earlier this year.
(CNN) - Erin Flanagan is still undecided.
Hardly news, right?
But there's more. Last week, we told you about this independent New Hampshire voter and her anguish over her vote - and the second anniversary of her brother's death in Iraq.
John McCain came to her house a while back for dinner, and made a strong impression.
But she was still undecided - and considering, as we reported last week, Barack Obama as well.
Her dilemma: she liked Obama and McCain for their promises to work across the aisle, but couldn’t decide which is right when it comes to the course of future Iraq policy.
Well, the Obama camp saw our report and requested a meeting - and it happened Wednesday night, at a campaign event in Manchester. (Watch: Soldier's sister torn)
"He was very kind... greeted me with a gentle handshake and a sympathetic hug," Erin told us in an email exchange. She says Obama asked about her brother, and " discussed his respect and admiration of the troops."
Erin described the Illinois senator as friendly and "very sincere."
But: "I'm still undecided."
- CNN Chief National Correspondent John King