after a few adjustments I would change this to:
RWLCP: Random Winner from a List of Complementing Philosophies
A hybrid design for a single winner winner systems that combines some aspects of different voting-philosophies without predictable results for strategizing. So (succesfull) strategizing would not happen much. Also importantly the randomization would be perceived by normal citizens (as non voting-experts) to be a fairly honest choice between different kind of winners which all have a fair case to say they are legitimate and have a mandate. It could also lead to a bit more humbleness in the winner instead of arrogance because the winner would know he had an element of just luck on their side.
- start with a ballot that's suited to gather all needed info
- use independ and different methods to suggest a single winner:
- ends by picking the ultimate winner from the combined set of suggested winners (lets make that symbolical and festive: a little schoolchild chooses blind)
- the ultimate winner is announced