"Proposition E is going to support some of the things that give our neighborhoods in the city unique characteristics," said Valerie Weak, a local actor and volunteer canvasser for the Yes on Prop E campaign. "It will keep things from turning into entirely homogeneous places, where every neighborhood looks just like the other neighborhoods."
Weak also says Proposition E will provide funding for arts education, as well as grants to individual artists.
"It's going to create more opportunities for artists to get paid for their work," Weak said. "It's important for artists to get paid a living wage." READ MORE