The Women’s Equality Party, a newly formed ballot line created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo this year, raised funds from just 11 donors, according to newly posted campaign filings this week.

Of those 11 donors, eight were men, the filings showed.

The Women’s Equality Party is ending the election cycle with $13,487 in the bank and $42,230 in existing loans.

The party spent $61,012 in the final days of the campaign.

Cuomo formed the ballot line this year as a way to boost the 10-point women’s agenda, a package of legislation he proposed in 2013, but has stalled in Albany over the provision aimed at codifying Roe v. Wade in state law.

The labor-backed Working Families Party has criticized the Women’s Equality Party has a ploy by Cuomo designed to draw votes away from their ballot line.

Cuomo has dismissed these concerns as political noise.

Nevertheless, Cuomo received more than 50,000 votes on the ballot line — following a media campaign promoting the party — and the WEP has automatic ballot status in the next election cycle, through 2016.

With Republicans now in a full majority of the state Senate, the likelihood of the complete women’s agenda passing in Albany is very small.