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Clinton and Johnson weren't born in the South. Also, why would they get Utah, AZ, and NM but not KS, that makes no sense (also the idea that first three would be in the CSA is kind of absurd given they were far less divided over slavery than the latter was).
With Clinton, she moves down to the south when Bill Clinton assumes the governorship of Arkansas. Utah's position within the Confederacy stems from mormons practicing slavery stage a coup of the LDS church and joins the Confederacy. Arizona and New Mexico are organized shortly after the civil war, mostly seen as "colonial" possessions of the Confederacy before gradually holding sway over Confederate political life.
Now, upon further inspection, I do see that not adding Kansas was a mistake on my part. I opted to have the states be below the mason dixon line while also excluding Kansas. I'll go with the Union forces expell Kansas secessionists during the formation of the CSA. The situation turns into a string of bitter failures by the CSA military during the Kansas campaign, with politicians opting to not press the issue during the peace treaty with the United States. The main focus would be on expanding a southern transcontinental railroad.

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Ok but with this Hillary and Bill would never meet so she would have no point to move South?
The amount of slave holding Mormons would be so low it would be impossible to succeed. Iirc, they were p anti-slavery,
So the US collapsed or? If so then that could make sense but if not, they’d stay firmly in US hands. And if they stay in US hands, thanks to not having a border with the CSA, so would Utah.
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