But he means Virginia, not Georgia for Gingrich.

Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, talks with chief strategist Stuart Stevens on his campaign bus as they drive from Naples, Fla., to Hialeah, Fla., Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012.

(AP / Charles Dharapak)

ROYAL OAK, Michigan—Stuart Stevens, one of Mitt Romney's top advisers, predicted a victory for his candidate in Michigan—and added that Romney would beat both of his main opponents on their home turf.

“I'll tell you what,” he told reporters, “we'll win both of their home states too.”

Asked if he was predicting a win in Georgia—the state Gingrich represented in Congress, and one where he currently holds a narrow lead in some polls—Stevens clarified: “No, I mean Virginia, where he owns a house, and is registered to vote.”