Former Republican US president George H.W. Bush is reportedly planning to turn the ballot against the GOP in the November election and vote for Democratic White House contender Hillary Clinton. Bush caused a stir early Tuesday as reports emerged in US media of the 92-year-old apparent decision. While Bush had initially intended to remain silent on his preference in the election, a social media post Monday by Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, daughter of late US senator Robert Kennedy, appear to announce his intentions.Donald Trump. Since W. Bush's youngest son, former Florida governor Jeb Bush, dropped out of the presidential race in February, the prominent American political family has largely remained silent on the election. H.W. Bush served as US president from 1989 to1993, preceding Clinton's husband Bill, who served until 2001 when George W. Bush took over the presidency."The President told me he's voting for Hillary!!" US news outlet Politico reported Townsend as writing in a Facebook post alongside a photograph of herself next to the former president.