This question is related to this previous question. Many combinatorial configurations have Levi graphs which may be represented as derived graphs obtained from voltage graphs over a cyclic group; in a number of such cases, it is possible to represent the combinatorial configuration as a geometric configuration (i.e., using points and straight lines in the Euclidean plane).

Given a bipartite graph which is obtained from a voltage graph, we can view it as a Levi graph of some combinatorial configuration. Is it possible to draw all such configurations using pseudolines? If not, are there easy/known constraints on the ones that fail? (e.g., if there are more than x points in the configuration, then things work? You can't use such-and-so groups as the cyclic group for the voltage graph?)

(Does the Heawood graph have a voltage-graph representation? If so, it makes the first question easy to answer, but the second one is still interesting. Maybe.)