Documents filed with Elections Manitoba show Selinger raised $46,526 for his leadership campaign, and spent slightly less than $48,000.
That's far less than Theresa Oswald, who raised $69,700 and ended the campaign with a small surplus.
Third-place finisher Steve Ashton raised $44,300 — about $16,000 less than he spent.
The new documents show Selinger's donors included union leaders and cabinet ministers who stayed loyal to him — including Greg Dewar in finance and Kerri Irvin-Ross in family services
The leadership race was prompted by a caucus revolt last fall, when Oswald and four other senior cabinet ministers called on Selinger to consider resigning